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Color naming and categorization depend on distinct functional brain networks 22 2

Behavioural relevance of spontaneous, transient brain network interactions in fMRI 22 2

The functional relevance of task-state functional connectivity 22 2

Beneficial effects of cerebellar tDCS on motor learning are associated with altered putamen-cerebellar connectivity: a simultaneous tDCS-fMRI study 80 22 2

Thetaburst TMS to the posterior superior temporal sulcus decreases resting-state fMRI connectivity across the face processing network 22 2

Network variants are similar between task and rest states 22 2

Altered Temporal Variability of Local and Large-scale Resting-state Brain Functional Connectivity Patterns in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder 22 2

Cerebellar and Prefrontal-Cortical Engagement During Higher-Order Rule Learning in Older Adulthood 22 2

A connectome-based prediction model of long-term memory 22 2

Testing the reinforcement learning hypothesis of social conformity 22 2

The white matter network in cognitive normal elderly predict the rate of cognitive decline 75 22 2

Individual-subject functional localization increases univariate activation but not multivariate pattern discriminability in the 'multiple-demand' frontoparietal network 22 2

Multifocal tDCS modulates resting-state functional connectivity in older adults depending on induced electric field and baseline connectivity 22 2

Intrinsic, dynamic and effective connectivity among large-scale brain networks modulated by oxytocin 22 2

White matter microstructural changes in short-term learning of a continuous visuomotor sequence 22 2

No evidence for effect of reward motivation on coding of behaviorally relevant category distinctions across the frontoparietal cortex 23 22 2

Fear learning sculpts functional brain connectivity at rest beyond the traditional fear network in humans 22 2

The Aging Brain and Executive Functions Revisited: Implications from Meta-Analytic and Functional-Connectivity Evidence 22 2

Multivoxel Neural Reinforcement Changes Resting-State Functional Connectivity Within the Threat Regulation Network 22 2

fMRI-guided white matter connectivity in fluid and crystallized cognitive abilities in healthy adults 75 22 2

Load-Dependent Relationships between Frontal fNIRS Activity and Performance: A Data-Driven PLS Approach 22 2

Decoding and encoding models reveal the role of mental simulation in the brain representation of meaning 22 2

Timescales of spontaneous fMRI fluctuations relate to structural connectivity in the brain 22 2

Electrophysiological foundations of the human default-mode network revealed by brain-wide intracranial-EEG recordings during resting-state and cognition 22 2

Resting-state functional connectivity predicts recovery from visually induced motion sickness 22 2

Interactions between the neural correlates of dispositional internally directed thought and visual imagery 22 2

Similarity of brain activity patterns during learning and subsequent resting state predicts memory consolidation 144 42 22 2

Heterogeneity of EEG resting-state brain networks in absolute pitch 22 2

Differential Contributions of Static and Time-Varying Functional Connectivity to Human Behavior 22 2

Characterization of neural communication dynamics in the Ventral Attention Network across distinct spatial and spatio-temporal scales 42 22 2

Diffusion property and functional connectivity of superior longitudinal fasciculus underpin human metacognition 75 22 2

Spatiotemporal functional interactivity among large-scale brain networks 22 2

Reconfiguration of directed functional connectivity among triple networks with aging: Considering the role of thalamo-cortical interactions 22 2

Age-related differences in network structure and dynamic synchrony of cognitive control 75 22 2

Shared and unique brain network features predict cognition, personality and mental health in childhood 22 2

Structural brain imaging predicts individual-level task activation maps using deep learning 75 22 2

Reduced language lateralization in autism and the broader autism phenotype as assessed with robust individual-subjects analyses 22 2

Attention and reinforcement learning in Parkinson's disease 22 2

Causality Mapping Using Resting-State fMRI reveals Suppressed Functional Connectivity in Schizophrenia Patients 22 2

Physical activity is positively related to local functional connectivity in adolescents' brains 22 2

Distinct neural substrates of individual differences in components of reading comprehension in adults with or without dyslexia 22 2

Distinct brain networks coupled with the parietal cortex represent target location inside and outside the visual field 22 2

Hippocampal-medial prefrontal event segmentation and integration contribute to episodic memory formation 66 22 2

Transient arousal modulations contribute to resting-state functional connectivity changes associated with head motion parameters 22 2

Variability in functional brain network connectivity is associated with differences in newborn infants affect and behavior 22 2

Connectome-based predictive modeling of individual anxiety 22 2

Did I imagine that? The functional role of paracingulate cortex in reality monitoring 22 2

Asymmetric effective connectivity within frontoparietal motor network underlying motor imagery and motor execution 22 2

Organization of cortico-hippocampal networks in the human brain 22 2

Emergence and organization of adult brain function throughout child development 22 2

The dynamics of body category and emotion processing in high-level visual, prefrontal and parietal cortex. 22 2

Regional, layer, and cell-class specific connectivity of the mouse default mode network 116 22 2

Representation Learning of Resting State fMRI with Variational Autoencoder 22 2

Alteration of Power Law Scaling of Spontaneous Brain Activity in Schizophrenia 22 2

Large-scale functional integration, rather than functional dissociation along dorsal and ventral streams, underlies visual perception and action 22 2

Differences in directed functional brain connectivity related to age, sex and mental health 22 2

Multi-day rTMS exerts site-specific effects on functional connectivity but does not influence associative memory performance 80 22 2

Stimulus transformation into motor action: dynamic graph analysis reveals a posterior-to-anterior shift in brain network communication of older subjects 22 2

Individual variability in functional connectivity architecture of the mouse brain 22 2

The brain-bases of responsiveness variability under moderate anaesthesia 22 2

Functional connectivity within and between n-back modulated regions: An adult lifespan PPI investigation 22 2

Characterising group-level brain connectivity: a framework using Bayesian exponential random graph models 22 2

Canonical EEG Microstate Dynamic Properties and Their Associations with fMRI Signals at Resting Brain 22 2

Movie-watching outperforms rest for functional connectivity-based prediction of behavior 22 2

Unravelling the effects of methylphenidate on the dopaminergic and noradrenergic functional circuits 22 2

A cortical hierarchy of localized and distributed processes revealed via dissociation of task activations, connectivity changes, and intrinsic timescales 22 2

Brain network dynamics fingerprints are resilient to data heterogeneity 22 2

Effects of dopamine agonist treatment on resting-state network connectivity in Parkinson's disease 22 2

Static and Dynamic Aspects of Cerebro-Cerebellar Functional Connectivity are Associated with Self-reported Measures of Impulsivity: A Resting-State fMRI Study 22 2

Differential brain activity in visuo-perceptual regions during landmark-based navigation in young and healthy older adults 22 2

The prospective sense of agency is rooted in local and global properties of intrinsic functional brain networks 22 2

Dynamic task-linked switching between brain networks - A Tri-Network perspective 22 2

Measuring robust functional connectivity from resting-state MEG using amplitude and entropy correlation across frequency-bands and temporal scales 42 22 2

Evaluating the sensitivity of functional connectivity measures to motion artifact in resting-state fMRI data 22 2

Age-related differences in structural and functional networks involved in empathy for positive and negative emotions 22 2

Predicting Individual Variability in Task-Evoked Brain Activity in Schizophrenia 22 2

Cortico-subcortical functional connectivity profiles of resting-state networks in marmosets and humans 22 2

Brain connectivity during Alzheimer's disease progression and its cognitive impact in a transgenic rat model 32 22 2

Intersubject consistent dynamic connectivity during natural vision revealed by functional MRI 22 2

Neural differentiation is moderated by age in scene- but not face-selective cortical regions 22 2

Cognitive Benefits of Exercise Interventions: An fMRI Activation Likelihood Estimation Meta-Analysis 22 2

TMS of lateral occipital cortex reduces BOLD responses across category-selective areas in ventral temporal cortex 80 22 2

Brain structural connectivity predicts brain functional complexity: DTI derived centrality accounts for variance in fractal properties of fMRI signal 22 2

How tasks change whole-brain functional organization to reveal brain-phenotype relationships 22 2

Involuntary orienting and conflict resolution during auditory attention: The role of ventral and dorsal streams 22 2

Structural determinants of dynamic fluctuations between segregation and integration on the human connectome 22 2

Altered Sensorimotor-to-Transmodal Hierarchical Organization in Schizophrenia 22 2

Frequency-resolved functional connectivity: Role of delay and the strength of connections 22 2

Ultra-high field imaging reveals increased whole brain connectivity underpins cognitive strategies that attenuate pain 22 2

Brain Network Mechanisms of Visual Shape Completion 22 2

A longitudinal study of white matter functional network in mild traumatic brain injury 75 22 2

Thalamus is a common locus of reading, arithmetic, and IQ: Analysis of local intrinsic functional properties 22 2

The fronto-parietal network connects more strongly to central than peripheral V1 22 2

Graph neural fields: a framework for spatiotemporal dynamical models on the human connectome 22 2

Representational Connectivity Analysis: Identifying Networks of Shared Changes in Representational Strength through Jackknife Resampling 22 2

Analysis of the Human Connectome Data Supports the Notion of a "Common Model of Cognition" for Human and Human-Like Intelligence 22 2

High-order interdependencies in the aging brain 22 2

Dynamic changes in large-scale functional connectivity predict performance in a multisensory task 22 2

Multiple parietal pathways are associated with rTMS-induced hippocampal network enhancement and episodic memory changes. 75 22 2

Low variability of dynamical functional connectivity in cerebellar networks 22 2