Bipartite Functional Fractionation within the Default Network Supports Disparate Forms of Internally Oriented Cognition.

Rocco Chiu, Gina F Humphreys & Matthew Lambon Ralph
Our understanding about the functionality of the brain’s default network (DN) has significantly evolved over the past decade. Whereas traditional views define this network based on its suspension/disengagement during task-oriented behaviour, contemporary accounts have characterised various situations wherein the DN actively contributes to task performance. However, it is unclear how different task-contexts drive componential regions of the DN to coalesce into a unitary network and fractionate into different sub-networks. Here we report a compendium of...
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