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By combining functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and acquisition of cardiac pulsation during the execution of a cognitive task we identified areas where task-induced changes in brain activity correlated with individuals' cardiac RMSSD. We show the existence of a relationship between task - induced deactivations and RMSSD.

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