Does resting-state connectivity reflect depressive rumination? A tale of two analyses

@article{Berman2014DoesRC,
  title={Does resting-state connectivity reflect depressive rumination? A tale of two analyses},
  author={Marc G. Berman and Bratislav Misic and Martin Buschkuehl and Ethan Kross and Patricia J. Deldin and Scott Peltier and Nathan William Churchill and Susanne M. Jaeggi and Vasily A. Vakorin and Anthony Randal McIntosh and John Jonides},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={103},
  pages={267-279}
}
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is characterized by rumination. Prior research suggests that resting-state brain activation reflects rumination when depressed individuals are not task engaged. However, no study has directly tested this. Here we investigated whether resting-state epochs differ from induced ruminative states for healthy and depressed individuals. Most previous research on resting-state networks comes from seed-based analyses with the posterior cingulate cortex (PCC). By contrast… CONTINUE READING