The structural connectivity of higher order association cortices reflects human functional brain networks

@inproceedings{Jung2017TheSC,
  title={The structural connectivity of higher order association cortices reflects human functional brain networks},
  author={JeYoung Jung and Lauren L. Cloutman and Richard J. Binney and Matthew A Lambon Ralph},
  booktitle={Cortex},
  year={2017}
}
Human higher cognition arises from the main tertiary association cortices including the frontal, temporal and parietal lobes. Many studies have suggested that cortical functions must be shaped or emerge from the pattern of underlying physical (white matter) connectivity. Despite the importance of this hypothesis, there has not been a large-scale analysis of the white-matter connectivity within and between these associative cortices. Thus, we explored the pattern of intra- and inter-lobe white… CONTINUE READING
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