Endogenous brain oscillations and related networks detected by surface EEG-combined fMRI.

@article{Laufs2008EndogenousBO,
  title={Endogenous brain oscillations and related networks detected by surface EEG-combined fMRI.},
  author={Helmut Laufs},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 7},
  pages={762-9}
}
It is difficult to study the brain "at rest" with an approach generally pursued in science when external manipulation (independent variable) is used to obtain informative measurements (dependent variable) about the object of interest. External manipulation in its classic sense may suspend the resting state, and hence the object of interest will evade. Naturally, unless in a final and irreversible state, biological rest will always be an endogenously dynamic process. Combining two modalities… CONTINUE READING
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