Resting-state networks predict individual differences in common and specific aspects of executive function

@article{Reineberg2015RestingstateNP,
  title={Resting-state networks predict individual differences in common and specific aspects of executive function},
  author={Andrew E. Reineberg and Jessica R. Andrews-Hanna and Brendan Eliot Depue and Naomi P. Friedman and Marie T. Banich},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2015},
  volume={104},
  pages={69-78}
}
The goal of the present study was to examine relationships between individual differences in resting state functional connectivity as ascertained by fMRI (rs-fcMRI) and performance on tasks of executive function (EF), broadly defined as the ability to regulate thoughts and actions. Unlike most previous research that focused on the relationship between rs-fcMRI and a single behavioral measure of EF, in the current study we examined the relationship of rs-fcMRI with individual differences in… CONTINUE READING