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Temporal dynamics of spontaneous MEG activity in brain networks
Functional MRI (fMRI) studies have shown that low-frequency (<0.1 Hz) spontaneous fluctuations of the blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) signal during restful wakefulness are coherent withinExpand
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A Cortical Core for Dynamic Integration of Functional Networks in the Resting Human Brain
We used magneto-encephalography to study the temporal dynamics of band-limited power correlation at rest within and across six brain networks previously defined by prior functional magnetic resonanceExpand
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Dynamics of male sexual arousal: distinct components of brain activation revealed by fMRI
The peripheral mechanisms of male sexual arousal are well known. Recently, neuroimaging techniques, such as PET or fMRI, allowed the investigation of the subjacent cerebral mechanisms. In ten healthyExpand
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Human brain activation during passive listening to sounds from different locations: An fMRI and MEG study
Recent animal and human studies indicate the existence of a neural pathway for sound localization, which is similar to the “where” pathway of the visual system and distinct from the soundExpand
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Adding dynamics to the Human Connectome Project with MEG
The Human Connectome Project (HCP) seeks to map the structural and functional connections between network elements in the human brain. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) provides a temporally rich sourceExpand
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Lateralization of dichotic speech stimuli is based on specific auditory pathway interactions: neuromagnetic evidence.
Dichotic listening (DL) is a neuropsychological technique for the study of functional laterality. Based on behavioral patient studies, the "structural theory" states that lateralization of theExpand
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Hand motor cortical area reorganization in stroke: a study with fMRI, MEG and TCS maps
THE anatomical and functional correlates of the hand sensorimotor areas was investigated in a stroke patient with a malacic lesion in the left fronto-parieto-temporal cortex. The patient presentedExpand
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Topographic Organization of the Human Primary and Secondary Somatosensory Cortices: Comparison of fMRI and MEG Findings
We studied MEG and fMRI responses to electric median and tibial nerve stimulation in five healthy volunteers. The aim was to compare the results with those of a previous study using only fMRI on theExpand
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Comparison between SI and SII responses as a function of stimulus intensity
In this MEG study we investigated the differences in responses to somatosensory electrical stimuli between primary (SI) and secondary (SII) sensory cortices using 10 different levels of stimulusExpand
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Impact of the reference choice on scalp EEG connectivity estimation.
OBJECTIVE Several scalp EEG functional connectivity studies, mostly clinical, seem to overlook the reference electrode impact. The subsequent interpretation of brain connectivity is thus often biasedExpand
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