Trouble at Rest: How Correlation Patterns and Group Differences Become Distorted After Global Signal Regression

@article{Saad2012TroubleAR,
  title={Trouble at Rest: How Correlation Patterns and Group Differences Become Distorted After Global Signal Regression},
  author={Ziad S. Saad and Stephen J. Gotts and Kevin Murphy and Gang Chen and Hang Joon Jo and Alex Martin and Robert W. Cox},
  journal={Brain connectivity},
  year={2012},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={25-32}
}
Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (RS-FMRI) holds the promise of revealing brain functional connectivity without requiring specific tasks targeting particular brain systems. RS-FMRI is being used to find differences between populations even when a specific candidate target for traditional inferences is lacking. However, the problem with RS… CONTINUE READING