Task-free MRI predicts individual differences in brain activity during task performance

@article{Tavor2016TaskfreeMP,
  title={Task-free MRI predicts individual differences in brain activity during task performance},
  author={Ido Tavor and Oiwi Parker Jones and Rogier B. Mars and Stephen M. Smith and Timothy Edward John Behrens and Sa{\^a}d Jbabdi},
  journal={Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={352},
  pages={216-220}
}
When asked to perform the same task, different individuals exhibit markedly different patterns of brain activity. This variability is often attributed to volatile factors, such as task strategy or compliance. We propose that individual differences in brain responses are, to a large degree, inherent to the brain and can be predicted from task-independent measurements collected at rest. Using a large set of task conditions, spanning several behavioral domains, we train a simple model that relates… CONTINUE READING
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