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629. Dynamic Network Reorganization of the Frontal-Parietal, Aalience, and Default Mode Networks during Cognitive Control and Episodic Memory

      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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