Modulation of functional connectivity during the resting state and the motor task.

@article{Jiang2004ModulationOF,
  title={Modulation of functional connectivity during the resting state and the motor task.},
  author={Tianzi Jiang and Y. R. He and Yufeng Zang and Xuchu Weng},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2004},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={
          63-71
        }
}
Quite a few studies in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have tested that, even in a resting state, motor cortices constitute a network. It has never been investigated how the network modulates from the resting state to the motor task state. In this report, by a newly developed approach taking into account n-to-1 connectivity using 1-to-1 connectivity measures instead of conventional pairwise connectivity, we show the existence of a large organized functional connectivity network… CONTINUE READING
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