Large-Scale Networks in the Human Brain revealed by Functional Connectivity MRI
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CitationKrienen, Fenna Marie. 2013. Large-Scale Networks in the Human Brain revealed by Functional Connectivity MRI. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractThe human brain is composed of distributed networks that connect a disproportionately large neocortex to the brainstem, cerebellum and other subcortical structures. New methods for analyzing non-invasive imaging data have begun to reveal new insights into human brain organization. These methods permit characterization of functional interactions within and across brain networks, and allow us to appreciate points of departure between the human brain and non-human primates.
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