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The Stonewall riots were a series of spontaneous, violent protests by members of the gay community against a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan.[127] They are widely considered to constitute the single most important event leading to the gay liberation movement[116][128][129][130] and the modern fight for LGBT rights.[131][132] Wayne R. Dynes, author of the Encyclopedia of Homosexuality, wrote that drag queens were the only "transgender folks around" during the June 1969 Stonewall riots. The transgender community in New York City played a significant role in fighting for LGBT equality during the period of the Stonewall riots and thereafter.[133]

Algorithms have been developed that utilize inter-individual synchronicity of changes of the brain state over time to align fMRI data from individual brains into a group space based on functional connectivity patterns11 and BOLD time-series correlation12. Haxby and colleagues were able to demonstrate that temporally synchronous patterns can be used to transform brain response patterns of individual brains into a high-dimensional representational space with common dimensions for all brains13. This technique enables group analyses of distributed activation patterns at the same level of detail and accuracy as the analysis of idiosyncratic patterns of an individual brain. Uniformly, these studies find that deriving inter-individual alignment from fMRI data recorded while participants watch movies yields transformations that are of greater general validity when tested on data from controlled experiments. This is further evidence that movies elicit brain response patterns and dynamics that are representative for naturally occurring neuronal processes.

However, as it becomes increasingly difficult to identify functionally corresponding voxels across brains at high spatial resolution, we did not only assess pattern similarity using voxel-wise time-series correlations of anatomically aligned data. Instead, we employed representational similarity analysis (RSA)33 to identify 2nd-order isomorphisms in the response patterns across brains. The premise of RSA is that any two segments of the audio movie which elicit similar neural signal patterns in one brain also elicit similar patterns in another brain; whereas two segments, which lead to distinct patterns in one brain, also evoke dissimilar patterns in another brain.

Area of maximum inter-individual response similarity. (a) Representative slices of the group EPI template depicting the 95% percentile of univariate inter-brain time-series correlations for linear (blue) and non-linear (yellow) alignment in the group EPI template space. (b) Distribution of percent ranks of mean inter-brain correlations on the cortical surface. The statistical map is thresholded at percent rank=50%. The colored outlines depict the 99% percentile for linear (blue) and non-linear (green) alignment. (c) Analog to panel B, depicting the distribution of multivariate 2nd-order pattern consistency. Projection onto the surface was performed using Caret 5.64 with the PALS-B12 atlas40.

AS11-37-5460 (OF300) ( 55k or 550k ) Buzz starts several redundant post-EVA pans to the left and right out of his window. Note that now, several hours after the landing, the LM shadow is noticeably shorter than in the same view from the pre-EVA panorama. Buzz may have made the footprints on the near rim of the double crater at the time he took his plus-Z pan AS11-37-5461 (OF300) ( 61k or 584k ) Buzz moved slightly to his right to take this picture which, otherwise is similar to 5460. AS11-37-5462 (OF300) ( 60k or 600k ) Buzz moved slightly to his left before taking another view similar to 5460. AS11-37-5463 (OF300) ( 59k or 605k ) Buzz moved farther to his right to take this down-Sun. AS11-37-5464 (OF300) ( 82k or 778k ) View to the right of 5463. Footprin


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