Effective connectivity during working memory and resting states: A DCM study

@article{Jung2018EffectiveCD,
  title={Effective connectivity during working memory and resting states: A DCM study},
  author={Kyesam Jung and Karl J. Friston and Chongwon Pae and Hanseul H. Choi and Sungho Tak and Yoon Kyoung Choi and Bumhee Park and Chan-A. Park and Chaejoon Cheong and Hae-Jeong Park},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2018},
  volume={169},
  pages={485-495}
}
Although the relationship between resting-state functional connectivity and task-related activity has been addressed, the relationship between task and resting-state directed or effective connectivity - and its behavioral concomitants - remains elusive. We evaluated effective connectivity under an N-back working memory task in 24 participants using stochastic dynamic causal modelling (DCM) of 7 T fMRI data. We repeated the analysis using resting-state data, from the same subjects, to model… CONTINUE READING
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