The Resting Human Brain and Motor Learning

@inproceedings{Albert2009TheRH,
  title={The Resting Human Brain and Motor Learning},
  author={Neil B. Albert and Edwin M. Robertson and R. Chris Miall},
  booktitle={Current Biology},
  year={2009}
}
Functionally related brain networks are engaged even in the absence of an overt behavior. The role of this resting state activity, evident as low-frequency fluctuations of BOLD (see [1] for review, [2-4]) or electrical [5, 6] signals, is unclear. Two major proposals are that resting state activity supports introspective thought or supports responses to future events [7]. An alternative perspective is that the resting brain actively and selectively processes previous experiences [8]. Here we… CONTINUE READING
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