Functional brain modules reconfigure at multiple scales across the human lifespan

@inproceedings{Betzel2015FunctionalBM,
  title={Functional brain modules reconfigure at multiple scales across the human lifespan},
  author={Richard F. Betzel and Bratislav Mivsi'c and Ye He and Jeffrey Rumschlag and Xi-Nian Zuo and Olaf Sporns},
  year={2015}
}
The human brain is a complex network of interconnected brain regions organized into functional modules with distinct roles in cognition and behavior. An important question concerns the persistence and stability of these modules over the human lifespan. Here we use graph-theoretic analysis to algorithmically uncover the brain’s intrinsic modular organization across multiple spatial scales ranging from small communities comprised of only a few brain regions to large communities made up of many… CONTINUE READING

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