Modulation of neural connectivity during tongue movement and reading.

@article{He2003ModulationON,
  title={Modulation of neural connectivity during tongue movement and reading.},
  author={Alex G. He and Li Hai Tan and YiYuan Tang and George Andrew James and Paul Wright and Mark A. Eckert and Peter T. Fox and Yijun Liu},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          222-32
        }
}
In a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study, a novel connectivity analysis method termed within-condition interregional covariance analysis (WICA) was introduced for investigation into brain modulation during tongue movement and reading Chinese pinyins and logographic characters. We found that performing a horizontal tongue movement task generated a specific brain module with hierarchical orders of neural computation. Such functional modularity was further examined during both overt… CONTINUE READING
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