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The study of fluctuations in time-resolved functional connectivity is a topic of substantial current interest. As the term "dynamic functional connectivity" implies, such fluctuations are believed to arise from dynamics in the neuronal systems generating these signals. While considerable activity currently attends to methodological and statistical issues regarding dynamic functional connectivity, less attention has been paid toward its candidate causes. Here, we review candidate scenarios fordoi:10.1162/netn_a_00041 pmid:30215031 pmcid:PMC6130444 fatcat:uyitckwyubf73ocfeswa3r3bxa