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Fronto-parietal Network: Flexible Hub of Cognitive Control

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Fronto-parietal Network: Flexible Hub of Cognitive Control

Theodore P Zanto et al. Trends Cogn Sci.

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A recent study shows that the fronto-parietal network (FPN), and subregions therein, alters its functional connectivity with nodes of other networks based on task goals. Moreover, FPN patterns of connectivity not only reflect engagement of specific tasks, but also serve as a code that can be transferred to facilitate learning novel tasks.

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