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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) noninvasively provides critical information about how human brain structures develop across stages of life. Developmental scientists are particularly interested in the first few years of neurodevelopment. Despite the success of MRI collection and analysis for adults, it is a challenge for researchers to collect high-quality multimodal MRIs from developing infants mainly because of their irregular sleep pattern, limited attention, inability to follow instructionsarXiv:2105.13993v1 fatcat:awx3j6nqavcsjohda22x6mgzoa