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Mapping the Structural Core of Human Cerebral Cortex
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The spatial and topological centrality of the core within cortex suggests an important role in functional integration and a substantial correspondence between structural connectivity and resting-state functional connectivity measured in the same participants. Expand
Predicting human resting-state functional connectivity from structural connectivity
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Although resting state functional connectivity is variable and is frequently present between regions without direct structural linkage, its strength, persistence, and spatial statistics are nevertheless constrained by the large-scale anatomical structure of the human cerebral cortex. Expand
Network structure of cerebral cortex shapes functional connectivity on multiple time scales
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Simulating nonlinear neuronal dynamics on a network that captures the large-scale interregional connections of macaque neocortex, and applying information theoretic measures to identify functional networks, this work finds structure–function relations at multiple temporal scales. Expand
Identification and Classification of Hubs in Brain Networks
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This study presents an approach to the identification and classification of putative hub regions in brain networks on the basis of multiple network attributes and charts potential links between the structural embedding of such regions and their functional roles. Expand
Topographic Mapping of a Hierarchy of Temporal Receptive Windows Using a Narrated Story
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The results suggest that the time scale of processing is a functional property that may provide a general organizing principle for the human cerebral cortex. Expand
Shared memories reveal shared structure in neural activity across individuals
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The results reveal the existence of a common spatial organization for memories in high-level cortical areas, and that neural patterns during perception are altered systematically across people into shared memory representations for real-life events. Expand
Hierarchical process memory: memory as an integral component of information processing
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Considering single-unit, electrocorticography, and functional imaging data, it is argued that virtually all cortical circuits can accumulate information over time, and the timescales of accumulation vary hierarchically, from early sensory areas with short processing timescale to higher-order areas with long processing timesCales. Expand
Dynamic reconfiguration of the default mode network during narrative comprehension
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Inter-subject functional correlation (ISFC), which isolates stimulus-dependent inter-regional correlations between brains exposed to the same stimulus, is introduced, which opens new avenues for linking brain network dynamics to stimulus features and behaviour. Expand
Dynamical consequences of lesions in cortical networks
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It is concluded that lesions of parietal regions and frontal regions have the greatest potential to disrupt the integrative aspects of neocortical function. Expand
Slow Cortical Dynamics and the Accumulation of Information over Long Timescales
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Electrocorticographic signals from individuals watching intact and scrambled movies were recorded to identify brain regions that accumulate information over short and long timescales and to characterize the distinguishing features of their dynamics. Expand
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