A widely distributed spectral signature of task-negative electrocorticography responses revealed during a visuomotor task in the human cortex.

@article{Ramot2012AWD,
  title={A widely distributed spectral signature of task-negative electrocorticography responses revealed during a visuomotor task in the human cortex.},
  author={Michal Ramot and Lior Fisch and Michal Harel and Svetlana Kipervasser and Fani Andelman and Miri Y. Neufeld and Uri Kramer and Itzhak Fried and Rafael Malach},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 31},
  pages={10458-69}
}
While research of human cortical function has typically focused on task-related increases in neuronal activity, there is a growing interest in the complementary phenomenon-namely, task-induced reductions. Recent human BOLD fMRI studies have associated such reductions with a specific network termed the default mode network (DMN). However, detailed understanding of the spatiotemporal patterns of task-negative responses and particularly how they compare across different cortical networks is… CONTINUE READING