Studying brain organization via spontaneous fMRI signal.

@article{Power2014StudyingBO,
  title={Studying brain organization via spontaneous fMRI signal.},
  author={Jonathan D. Power and Bradley L. Schlaggar and Steven E. Petersen},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2014},
  volume={84 4},
  pages={681-96}
}
In recent years, some substantial advances in understanding human (and nonhuman) brain organization have emerged from a relatively unusual approach: the observation of spontaneous activity, and correlated patterns in spontaneous activity, in the "resting" brain. Most commonly, spontaneous neural activity is measured indirectly via fMRI signal in subjects who are lying quietly in the scanner, the so-called "resting state." This Primer introduces the fMRI-based study of spontaneous brain activity… CONTINUE READING
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