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[1/🧵] "#ISO20022 is bigger than you think"

You've probably heard that term a few times and wondered what it meant. 🤔

In case you are curious now:

A brief explanation of everything important.
There will be nothing complicated ahead, so don't worry. 🧵👇 Source:
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🔹 Origin & Timeline
🔹 What's the big deal?
🔹 Details regarding the transformation
🔹 Migration Approaches
🔹 Relations to #Crypto (#DTI)
🔹 @Ripple & #JSON formats Source:
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The #ISO 20022 standardization efforts began very early on. Indeed, you may be wondering how you missed it until this date. 😅 Source:
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Thrilled to see this one published in @JAMApsych. Here's a short thread discussing our findings on neurobiological #biomarkers of #depression.…
In a large, bi-centric study (#FOR2107) on depression (n=1809), we quantified the univariate neurobiological differences between healthy subjects and patients with major depression across a number of MRI modalities (#sMRI, task and rest #fMRI, #DTI).
We show that the univariate difference between the two groups is remarkably small for all modalities, all explaining less than 2% of variance.
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Late in the game, but finally... our 1st @GaabLab preprint
Multifactorial pathways facilitate #resilience among kindergarteners at risk for #dyslexia: A longitudinal behavioral and #neuroimaging study…
J. Zuk, J. Gabrieli @tiffanyphogan 1/2
co-authors @elizsn @olaozpa @_yingyingwang @yu_sea0052 and Jade Dunstan #reading #literacy #DTI #MBE #edchat Feedback highly appreciated!
First author has a twitter handle now @JenniferMZuk !
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Submitted #neuroimaging paper using #DTI to a highly regarded Educational journal, an attempt to bridge the 2 fields I am very passionate about. Sadly, the reviews just illustrate how far apart these fields this thread I want to highlight three major challenges we face
1) Methodology: You would hope that the paper would be reviewed by a reviewer with neuroimaging background or at least some basic knowledge. However, reviewer asked us why fMRI was not included, which in his/her view could give us some insights into gray matter differences.
S/he further asked why there was no functional task during DTI & why we looked at predefined tracts & not more globally in whole brain. These questions show that there's no basic understanding of functional vs structural imaging methods & experimental design of imaging studies
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"#Macroprudential policies could be increased to enhance the resilience of the financial system"… in "Financial conditions and GDP growth-at-risk" Adrian, Liang, et al. @BrookingsInst @IMFNews
GaR: "growth at risk" and general equilibrium models with macrofinancial linkages… @BrookingsInst @IMFNews @MacroFinanceSoc Liang, Adrian, et al
"A structural model would be needed to evaluate how #macroprudential policies could be used to affect GaR. In aspiration, #macroprudential policies could aim to tighten financial conditions when conditional expected growth and GaR are relatively high ... "…
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