A brief history of the resting state: The Washington University perspective

@article{Snyder2012ABH,
  title={A brief history of the resting state: The Washington University perspective},
  author={Abraham Z. Snyder and Marcus E. Raichle},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={62},
  pages={902-910}
}
We present a history of the concepts and developments that have led us to focus on the resting state as an object of study. We then discuss resting state research performed in our laboratory since 2005 with an emphasis on papers of particular interest. 
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