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Laminar fMRI: Applications for cognitive neuroscience

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Jul 9, 2017

Samuel J D LawrenceFloris P de Lange

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The cortex is a massively recurrent network, characterized by feedforward and feedback connections between brain areas as well as lateral connections within an area. Feedforward, horizontal and feedback responses largely activate separate layers of a cortical unit, meaning they can be d...read more

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Laminar fMRI: Applications for cognitive neuroscience

NeuroImage

Jul 9, 2017

Samuel J D LawrenceFloris P de Lange

PMID: 28687519

DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.07.004

Abstract

The cortex is a massively recurrent network, characterized by feedforward and feedback connections between brain areas as well as lateral connections within an area. Feedforward, horizontal and feedback responses largely activate separate layers of a cortical unit, meaning they can be d...read more

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