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In neurobiology, functional integration is the hypothesis that the integration within and among specialized areas of the brain is mediated by effective connectivity.

References Edit

  • Karl J. Friston (2004). "Characterising Functional Asymmetries with Brain Mapping" Kenneth Hugdahl and Richard J. Davidson The asymmetrical brain, MIT Press.
  • C. Büchel (2003). "The Importance of Connectivity for Brain Function". Virginia Ng, Gareth J. Barker, and Talma Hendler Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Psychiatric Neuroimaging, 29 September–1 October 2002, Chiavari, Italy, IOS Press. ISBN 1586033441. 

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