The Spectral Diversity of Resting-State Fluctuations in the Human Brain

@inproceedings{Kalcher2014TheSD,
  title={The Spectral Diversity of Resting-State Fluctuations in the Human Brain},
  author={Klaudius Kalcher and Roland N. Boubela and Wolfgang Huf and Lucie Bartova and Claudia Kronnerwetter and Birgit Derntl and Lukas Pezawas and Peter Filzmoser and Christian Nasel and Ewald Moser},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
In order to assess whole-brain resting-state fluctuations at a wide range of frequencies, resting-state fMRI data of 20 healthy subjects were acquired using a multiband EPI sequence with a low TR (354 ms) and compared to 20 resting-state datasets from standard, high-TR (1800 ms) EPI scans. The spatial distribution of fluctuations in various frequency ranges are analyzed along with the spectra of the time-series in voxels from different regions of interest. Functional connectivity specific to… CONTINUE READING
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