Selective Activation of Resting-State Networks following Focal Stimulation in a Connectome-Based Network Model of the Human Brain

@inproceedings{Spiegler2016SelectiveAO,
  title={Selective Activation of Resting-State Networks following Focal Stimulation in a Connectome-Based Network Model of the Human Brain},
  author={Andreas Spiegler and Enrique C. A. Hansen and Christophe Bernard and Anthony Randal McIntosh and Viktor K. Jirsa},
  booktitle={eNeuro},
  year={2016}
}
When the brain is stimulated, for example, by sensory inputs or goal-oriented tasks, the brain initially responds with activities in specific areas. The subsequent pattern formation of functional networks is constrained by the structural connectivity (SC) of the brain. The extent to which information is processed over short- or long-range SC is unclear. Whole-brain models based on long-range axonal connections, for example, can partly describe measured functional connectivity dynamics at rest… CONTINUE READING
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