Can Preexisting Differences in Neuroanatomy Predict Training Performance ? An In-Vivo MRI study of Adult Mice Trained on a Spatial Maze

@inproceedings{Germann2010CanPD,
  title={Can Preexisting Differences in Neuroanatomy Predict Training Performance ? An In-Vivo MRI study of Adult Mice Trained on a Spatial Maze},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Germann and P. Steadman and Dulcie A. Vousden and Jun Dazai and Shoshana Spring and Christianne Lalibert{\'e} and Larry Cahill and R. Mark Henkelman and Jason P. Lerch},
  year={2010}
}
09:05 1. What is the Physiological Basis of Functional Connectivity & What Can It Tell Us? Maurizio Corbetta Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA Spontaneous or intrinsic, i.e. not stimulusor task-driven, activity in the brain is not noise, but orderly and organized at the level of large scale systems in a series of functional networks that maintain at all times a high level of coherence. Understanding this distributed spatiotemporal structure is critical for… CONTINUE READING

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