Cognitive Control in the Controllable Connectome

@inproceedings{Medaglia2016CognitiveCI,
  title={Cognitive Control in the Controllable Connectome},
  author={John D. Medaglia and Shi Gu and Fabio Pasqualetti and Rebecca L. Ashare and Caryn Lerman and Joseph W. Kable and Danielle S. Bassett},
  year={2016}
}
Cognition is supported by neurophysiological processes that occur both in local anatomical neighborhoods and in distributed large-scale circuits. Recent evidence from network control theory suggests that white matter pathways linking large-scale brain regions provide a critical substrate constraining the ability of single areas to affect control on those processes. Yet, no direct evidence exists for a relationship between brain network controllability and cognitive control performance. Here, we… CONTINUE READING
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