Topographic Electrophysiological Signatures of fMRI Resting State Networks

@inproceedings{Jann2010TopographicES,
  title={Topographic Electrophysiological Signatures of fMRI Resting State Networks},
  author={Kay Jann and Mara Kottlow and Thomas Dierks and Chris Boesch and Thomas Koenig},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND fMRI Resting State Networks (RSNs) have gained importance in the present fMRI literature. Although their functional role is unquestioned and their physiological origin is nowadays widely accepted, little is known about their relationship to neuronal activity. The combined recording of EEG and fMRI allows the temporal correlation between fluctuations of the RSNs and the dynamics of EEG spectral amplitudes. So far, only relationships between several EEG frequency bands and some RSNs… CONTINUE READING
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