State-dependent changes of connectivity patterns and functional brain network topology in autism spectrum disorder

@article{Barttfeld2012StatedependentCO,
  title={State-dependent changes of connectivity patterns and functional brain network topology in autism spectrum disorder},
  author={Pablo Barttfeld and Bruno Wicker and Sebasti{\'a}n H Cukier and Silvana Navarta and Mariano Sigman},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={3653-3662}
}
Anatomical and functional brain studies have converged to the hypothesis that autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are associated with atypical connectivity. Using a modified resting-state paradigm to drive subjects' attention, we provide evidence of a very marked interaction between ASD brain functional connectivity and cognitive state. We show that functional connectivity changes in opposite ways in ASD and typicals as attention shifts from external world towards one's body generated information… CONTINUE READING
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