Human brain resting state fMRI speech arrest network atlas - Unthresholded

Contributed by jovicich on Oct. 1, 2018

Collection: Whole-Brain Network Connectivity Underlying the Human Speech Articulation as Emerged Integrating Direct Electric Stimulation, Resting State fMRI and Tractography

Communities: developmental

Description: The Speech Arrest Network was constructed from 7 low-grade tumor patients who underwent a presurgical clinical resting state scan and direct electrode stimulation during awake surgery. The functional connectivity network was constructed as a group average from the seed-based networks derived in each patient using the speech arrest locations defined during surgery. The atlas represents the unthresholded proportion of patients for which each voxel in the human brain MNI space was included in the speech articulation functional connectivity map. More details can be found in:

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Warning: This map seems to be thresholded, sparse or acquired with limited field of view (85.5% of voxels are zeros). Some of the NeuroVault functions such as decoding might not work properly. Please use unthresholded maps whenever possible.
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