Weaker Brain Dynamics during Sustained Working Memory Task: Perspectives from Co-activation Patterns
Jingyuan Chen 1 and Gary Glover 1
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United
In a prior study, we have demonstrated less variability
of Pearson correlations with respect to the default-mode
network (DMN) during working memory (WM) state compared
to rest. Here, we attempt to employ co-activation
patterns (CAPs) analysis to examine the fundamental
changes in brain repertoires that underlie the
macroscopic decrease in correlation variations during WM
task, as shown by sliding-window analysis.
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