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.
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., M.C. Kociuba, D.B. Rowe. Impacts of simultaneous multislice acquisition on sensitivity and specificity in fMRI. Submitted.
Risk, B.B., D.S. Matteson, and D. Ruppert. Linear non-Gaussian component analysis via maximum likelihood. In Revision. http://arxiv.org/abs/1511.01609
F. Mestre, R. Pita, B.B. Risk, A. Mira, and P. Beja. A metapopulation approach to predict species range shifts under different climate change and landscape connectivity scenarios. To appear in Ecological Modelling.
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.