Humans flexibly accomplish many diverse tasks in the service of their goals. This ability appears to depend on coordinated interactions among brain regions that form large-scale networks. Many open questions remain regarding how networks are organized, how they vary across people and time, and how they contribute to complex goal-directed functions. Dr. Gratton will discuss her path toward an individually-focused "precision" approach to measuring human brain networks and insights from this work.
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