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Review Article

Mindsight: Diagnostics in Disorders of Consciousness

Figure 3

Active and passive paradigms. (a) Differences in event-related response between passive listening to an auditory train of names and actively counting the occurrence of a specific name. Signals are strongest when the patient is counting (active paradigm) its own name. (b) Answering “yes” or “no” by mental imagery using fMRI. Thinking of playing tennis (to answer “yes”) activated motor areas, while thinking of walking through the house (to answer “no”) activated parahippocampal areas (adapted from [19, 37]).
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