Intrinsic connectivity networks and personality: the temperament dimension harm avoidance moderates functional connectivity in the resting brain.

@article{Markett2013IntrinsicCN,
  title={Intrinsic connectivity networks and personality: the temperament dimension harm avoidance moderates functional connectivity in the resting brain.},
  author={Sebastian A. Markett and Bernd Weber and Gesine Voigt and Christian Montag and Andrea Felten and Christian Erich Elger and Martin Reuter},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={240},
  pages={98-105}
}
Recent functional imaging studies that examined functional connectivity in the resting brain have demonstrated various intrinsic connectivity networks (ICNs). Certain patterns of over- and underactivity in various ICNs have been hypothesized to form the neural basis of psychiatric disorders. Furthermore, activity in the ICNs does not reflect ongoing mental… CONTINUE READING