The contribution of electrophysiology to functional connectivity mapping

@article{Schlvinck2013TheCO,
  title={The contribution of electrophysiology to functional connectivity mapping},
  author={Marieke L. Sch{\"o}lvinck and David A. Leopold and Matthew J. Brookes and Patrick Khader},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2013},
  volume={80},
  pages={297-306}
}
A powerful way to probe brain function is to assess the relationship between simultaneous changes in activity across different parts of the brain. In recent years, the temporal activity correlation between brain areas has frequently been taken as a measure of their functional connections. Evaluating 'functional connectivity' in this way is particularly popular in the fMRI community, but has also drawn interest among electrophysiologists. Like hemodynamic fluctuations observed with fMRI… CONTINUE READING
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