As you might have gathered, my brain is taking a rest from blogging after the excitement of The Neurocritic's tenth anniversary. Regular blogging will resume shortly.
Thank you for your patience.
Fig. 1 (Buckner, 2013). The brain's default network. The default network was discovered serendipitously when experimenters using neuroimaging began examining brain regions active in the passive control conditions of their experiments. The image shows brain regions more active in passive tasks as contrast to a wide range of simple, active task conditions.6
Dialogues Clin Neurosci. 2013 Sep; 15(3): 351–358.
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