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[23 Dec 12: 13:20]
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[06 Aug 12: 14:21]
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[14 Oct 11: 11:45]
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[03 Jul 11: 22:26]
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[21 May 11: 18:14]
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[01 May 11: 11:31]
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...and now for some rest
Daniel Margulies gave a talk last night entitled "Mapping neuroanatomy with resting-state functional connectivity fMRI". This is the video he showed after his presentation:


This is the abstract of his talk:...[more]
fMRI   default network   resting-state   brain activity   spontaneous activity   spontaneity   
Posted on Friday 22 January 2010 - 19:12:58

...and now for some not so random video on the science of spontaneity
This is talk 11 (of 31) at the Conference on Brain Network Dynamics held at the University of California at Berkeley on January 26-27, 2007. Speaker is Marcus E. Raichle, Departments of Radiology, Neurology, and Anatomy ...[more]
spontaneous brain activity   spontaneity   brain   fMRI   
Posted on Friday 11 January 2008 - 10:26:39

"Dark Energy" in the brain accounts for human behavioral variability
For the last year or so there's been much talk about the fact that the brain apparently spends up to 99% of its energy on apparently useless, task-unrelated activity. Nobody knew what these activity fluctuations w