Influence of meditation on anti-correlated networks in the brain

@inproceedings{Josipovic2011InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of meditation on anti-correlated networks in the brain},
  author={Zoran Josipovic and Ilan Dinstein and Jochen Weber and David J. Heeger},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2011}
}
Human experiences can be broadly divided into those that are external and related to interaction with the environment, and experiences that are internal and self-related. The cerebral cortex appears to be divided into two corresponding systems: an "extrinsic" system composed of brain areas that respond more to external stimuli and tasks and an "intrinsic" system composed of brain areas that respond less to external stimuli and tasks. These two broad brain systems seem to compete with each other… CONTINUE READING
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