Differential lateralization of hippocampal connectivity reflects features of recent context and ongoing demands: an examination of immediate post-task activity.

Abstract

Neuroimaging studies have shown that task demands affect connectivity patterns in the human brain not only during task performance but also during subsequent rest periods. Our goal was to determine whether ongoing connectivity patterns during rest contain information about both the current rest state, as well as the recently terminated task. Our… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22644

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