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Risk, B.B., M.C. Kociuba, D.B. Rowe. 2018. Impacts of simultaneous multislice acquisition on sensitivity and specificity in fMRI. NeuroImage 172: 538-553. Available on bioRxiv.
Risk, B.B., D.S. Matteson, and D. Ruppert. 2018. Linear non-Gaussian component analysis via maximum likelihood. Journal of the American Statistical Association. To appear. Available on arXiv.
Risk, B.B. and H. Zhu. 2018. A note on bias from averaging repeated measurements in heritability studies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (online letter to editor) 115(2): E122.
F. Mestre, B.B. Risk, R. Pita, A. Mira, and P. Beja. 2017. A metapopulation approach to predict species range shifts under different climate change and landscape connectivity scenarios. Ecological Modelling 359: 406-414.
Qunqun Yu, B.B. Risk, Kai Zhang, and J.S. Marron. 2017. JIVE integration of imaging and behavioral data. NeuroImage 152: 38-49.
Risk, B.B., D.S. Matteson, R.N. Spreng, and D. Ruppert. 2016. Spatiotemporal mixed modeling of multi-subject task fMRI via method of moments. NeuroImage 142: 280–292.
Kaiser, S.A., B.B. Risk, T.S Sillett, and M.S. Webster. 2017. Ecological factors limit the spatial and temporal opportunities for extra-pair paternity in a migratory songbird. American Naturalist 189(3): 283-296.
Kaiser, S.A., T.S. Sillett, B.B. Risk, and M.S. Webster. 2015. Experimental food supplementation reveals habitat-dependent male reproductive investment in a migratory bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 282(1803): 20142523.
Risk, B.B., D.S. Matteson, D. Ruppert, A. Eloyan, and B.S. Caffo. 2014. An evaluation of independent component analyses with an application to resting state fMRI. Biometrics 70(1):224-236. Available on PubMed.
Risk, B.B., P. de Valpine, and S.R. Beissinger. 2011. A robust-design formulation of the incidence function model of metapopulation dynamics applied to two species of rails. Ecology 92(2):462-474.
Richmond, O., S. Chen, B.B. Risk, J. Tecklin, and S. Beissinger. 2010. California Black Rails depend on irrigation-fed palustrine emergent wetlands in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. California Agriculture 64(2):85-93.
Risk, B.B. 2015. Topics in Independent Component Analysis, Likelihood Component Analysis, and Spatiotemporal Mixed Modeling. Dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Advisors: David S. Matteson and David Ruppert.
Risk, B.B. 2011. A robust-design formulation of the incidence function model of metapopulation dynamics applied to two species of rails. M.S. Thesis, University of California - Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. Advisor: Steven R. Beissinger.