Task-Related, Low-Frequency Task-Residual, and Resting State Activity in the Default Mode Network Brain Regions

Abstract

The hypothesis of a default mode network (DMN) of brain function is based on observations of task-independent decreases of brain activity during effort as participants are engaged in tasks in contrast to resting. On the other hand, studies also showed that DMN regions activate rather than deactivate in response to task-related events. Thus, does DMN… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00172

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