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Uploaded on Jul 15, 2007

The brain is spontaneously cycling through elaborate, distributed patterns of activity, which mimic activity patterns associated with sensory, motor, or cognitive events. This is a movie showing the instantaneous patterns of spontaneous brain activity on the surface of the left brain hemisphere.

For more information see:
http://tiny.cc/vincentpaper1
and
http://tiny.cc/vincentpaper2

or visit my website:
http://martinos.org/~vincent

Video generated by Russ Hornbeck and Justin Vincent using data collected from a resting (and reflecting?) human being.

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