Transient BOLD responses at block transitions

  title={Transient BOLD responses at block transitions},
  author={M. Fox and A. Snyder and D. Barch and D. Gusnard and M. Raichle},
  • M. Fox, A. Snyder, +2 authors M. Raichle
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology, Computer Science, Medicine
  • NeuroImage
  • Block-design fMRI responses include sustained components present for the duration of each task block as well as transient components at the beginning and end of each block. Almost all prior block-design fMRI studies have focused on the sustained response components while the transient responses at block transitions have been largely ignored. These transients, therefore, remain poorly characterized. We here present a systematic study of block-transition transient responses obtained using four… CONTINUE READING

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