Data-driven analysis of analogous brain networks in monkeys and humans during natural vision

@article{Mantini2012DatadrivenAO,
  title={Data-driven analysis of analogous brain networks in monkeys and humans during natural vision},
  author={Dante Mantini and Maurizio Corbetta and Gian Luca Romani and Guy A. Orban and Wim Vanduffel},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={63},
  pages={1107-1118}
}
Inferences about functional correspondences between functional networks of human and non-human primates largely rely on proximity and anatomical expansion models. However, it has been demonstrated that topologically correspondent areas in two species can have different functional properties, suggesting that anatomy-based approaches should be complemented with alternative methods to perform functional comparisons. We have recently shown that comparative analyses based on temporal correlations of… CONTINUE READING
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