Quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall)
330 pp. per issue
8 1/2 x 11

Network Neuroscience

Olaf Sporns, Editor

Network Neuroscience features innovative scientific work that significantly advances our understanding of network organization and function in the brain across all scales, from molecules and neurons to circuits and systems.

The journal covers the broad array of content areas within cognitive science using approaches from cognitive psychology, computer science and mathematical psychology, cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology, comparative psychology and behavioral anthropology, decision sciences, and theoretical and experimental linguistics. These approaches are applicable to a broad range of content areas, including learning and memory, attention and object recognition, language processing and development, causal reasoning, judgment and decision-making, philosophy of mind, and more.

Table of Contents

Vol. 2, Issue 02 - 2018


Editorial: New Trends in Connectomics
pp. 125-127
Abstract | PDF (321.9 KB)
The network architecture of value learning
pp. 128-149
Abstract | PDF (1.2 MB)
Putting the “dynamic” back into dynamic functional connectivity
pp. 150-174
Abstract | PDF (3.19 MB)
Heritability of the human connectome: A connectotyping study
pp. 175-199
Abstract | PDF (2.08 MB)
ADHD and attentional control: Impaired segregation of task positive and task negative brain networks
pp. 200-217
Abstract | PDF (2.14 MB)
Using network analysis to localize the epileptogenic zone from invasive EEG recordings in intractable focal epilepsy
pp. 218-240
Abstract | PDF (2.46 MB)
Functional and structural connectome properties in the 5XFAD transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease
pp. 241-258
Abstract | PDF (1.72 MB)
Estimating the impact of structural directionality: How reliable are undirected connectomes?
pp. 259-284
Abstract | PDF (3.52 MB)
Low-dimensional morphospace of topological motifs in human fMRI brain networks
pp. 285-302
Abstract | PDF (3 MB)