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From Electrophysiology to Neuroimaging 

From Electrophysiology to Neuroimaging
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From Electrophysiology to Neuroimaging
Author(s):

Marco Catani

and Stefano Sandrone

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199383832.003.0037
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date: 18 May 2021

The twentieth century witnessed the development of new methods to explore communication between neurons, ranging from single- or multi-unit cell recording to in vivo functional neuroimaging. These methods combined with other structural approaches and behavioural assessments permitted to formulate advanced network models of brain functioning and understanding principles of white matter organization. Current neuroimaging approaches to brain mapping are used to visualise the human connectome, the entire set of neuronal connections that could reveal what is unique about the human cognition and behaviour.

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