Breakdown of long-range temporal dependence in default mode and attention networks during deep sleep.

@article{Tagliazucchi2013BreakdownOL,
  title={Breakdown of long-range temporal dependence in default mode and attention networks during deep sleep.},
  author={Enzo Tagliazucchi and Frederic von Wegner and Astrid Morzelewski and Verena Brodbeck and Kolja Jahnke and Helmut Laufs},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 38},
  pages={15419-24}
}
The integration of segregated brain functional modules is a prerequisite for conscious awareness during wakeful rest. Here, we test the hypothesis that temporal integration, measured as long-term memory in the history of neural activity, is another important quality underlying conscious awareness. For this aim, we study the temporal memory of blood oxygen level-dependent signals across the human nonrapid eye movement sleep cycle. Results reveal that this property gradually decreases from… CONTINUE READING
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