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Abstract #0693

Intrinsically Organized Low Frequency Network for Face Perception

Zhang hui1, Tian Jie*1

1Institute of automation Chinese Academy of Sciences , Beijing, China

For the first time, we investigated the low-frequency fluctuations of distributed face perception network in resting states and the modulation of this network from resting to face viewing task. By using 0.01-0.08HZ low-frequency spontaneous fluctuations of BOLD-fMRI signals, Our result suggested an intrinsically organized low-frequency face perception network involving right lateral posterior fusiform gyrus (lateral pFg), inferior occipital gyrus (IOG), bilateral superior temporal sulcus (STS) and an altered extended network for face perception from resting states to face viewing task.