Frequency specific interactions of MEG resting state activity within and across brain networks as revealed by the multivariate interaction measure

@article{Marzetti2013FrequencySI,
  title={Frequency specific interactions of MEG resting state activity within and across brain networks as revealed by the multivariate interaction measure},
  author={L. Marzetti and S. D. Penna and A. Snyder and V. Pizzella and G. Nolte and F. Pasquale and G. Romani and M. Corbetta},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2013},
  volume={79},
  pages={172-183}
}
  • L. Marzetti, S. D. Penna, +5 authors M. Corbetta
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Medicine, Psychology
  • NeuroImage
  • Resting state networks (RSNs) are sets of brain regions exhibiting temporally coherent activity fluctuations in the absence of imposed task structure. RSNs have been extensively studied with fMRI in the infra-slow frequency range (nominally <10(-1)Hz). The topography of fMRI RSNs reflects stationary temporal correlation over minutes. However, neuronal communication occurs on a much faster time scale, at frequencies nominally in the range of 10(0)-10(2)Hz. We examined phase-shifted interactions… CONTINUE READING
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