We explored dynamic integration and segregation of functional brain networks in healthy controls (HC) performing fMRI tasks varying in cognitive control (CC) demands. We used a novel graph theory approach that leverages opposing network structure to highlight dynamic reorganization. We hypothesized that the frontal-parietal network (FPN) uniquely integrates with other higher-cognitive networks, manifesting as differential modular organizations across task conditions.
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