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Little is currently known about the coordination of neural activity over longitudinal time-scales and how these changes relate to behavior. To investigate this issue, we used resting-state fMRI data from a single individual to identify the presence of two distinct temporal states that fluctuated over the course of 18 months. We then demonstrated that these temporal states were associated with distinct neural dynamics within individual scanning sessions. In addition, the temporal states weredoi:10.1073/pnas.1604898113 pmid:27528672 pmcid:PMC5024627 fatcat:k6xj3u4rgbggbljtftxphg237m