Cooperating Yet Distinct Brain Networks Engaged During Naturalistic Paradigms: A Meta-analysis of Functional MRI Results

Description: An unbiased, data-driven, meta-analytic approach was used k-means clustering to identify core brain networks engaged across the naturalistic functional neuroimaging literature, revealing six recurrent patterns of brain activation, representing sensory, domain-specific, and attentional neural networks that support the cognitive demands of naturalistic paradigms.

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Related article DOI10.1162/NETN_a_00050
Related article authorsKatherine L. Bottenhorn, Jessica S. Flannery, Emily R. Boeving, Michael C. Riedel, Simon B. Eickhoff, Matthew T. Sutherland and Angela R. Laird
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