Figure 1 - Multidemand Network (no thres)

Contributed by ANIMA on Jan. 21, 2016

Collection: Interindividual differences in cognitive flexibility: influence of gray matter volume, functional connectivity and trait impulsivity

Description: The core multiple-demand network, consisting of regions that showed significant convergence across studies in three different metaanalyses, including midcingulate cortex extending into supplementary motor area (MCC/SMA), left and right anterior insula (aINS), left and right inferior frontal junction/gyrus (IFJ/IFG), right middle frontal gyrus (MFG) as well as right inferior parietal cortex extending into intraparietal sulcus (IPC/IPS). Clusters are unthresholded.

Tags: functional connectivity anima cognitive flexibility gray matter anterior insula impulsivity salience network

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