Spontaneous eyelid closures link vigilance fluctuation with fMRI dynamic connectivity states.

@article{Wang2016SpontaneousEC,
  title={Spontaneous eyelid closures link vigilance fluctuation with fMRI dynamic connectivity states.},
  author={Chenhao Wang and Ju Lynn Ong and Amiya Patanaik and Juan Zhou and Michael W. L. Chee},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2016},
  volume={113 34},
  pages={9653-8}
}
Fluctuations in resting-state functional connectivity occur but their behavioral significance remains unclear, largely because correlating behavioral state with dynamic functional connectivity states (DCS) engages probes that disrupt the very behavioral state we seek to observe. Observing spontaneous eyelid closures following sleep deprivation permits nonintrusive arousal monitoring. During periods of low arousal dominated by eyelid closures, sliding-window correlation analysis uncovered a DCS… CONTINUE READING
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