The salience network causally influences default mode network activity during moral reasoning.

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Large-scale brain networks are integral to the coordination of human behaviour, and their anatomy provides insights into the clinical presentation and progression of neurodegenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease, which targets the default mode network, and behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia, which targets a more anterior salience network… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/brain/awt066

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@article{Chiong2013TheSN, title={The salience network causally influences default mode network activity during moral reasoning.}, author={Winston Chiong and Stephen M. Wilson and Mark D'Esposito and Andrew S. Kayser and Scott N. Grossman and Pardis Poorzand and William W. Seeley and Bruce L. Miller and Katherine P. Rankin}, journal={Brain : a journal of neurology}, year={2013}, volume={136 Pt 6}, pages={1929-41} }