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. 1, Issue 2 - Spring 2017


The future of network neuroscience
pp. 1-2
Abstract | PDF (118.64 KB)
From static to temporal network theory: Applications to functional brain connectivity
pp. 69-99
Abstract | PDF (2.11 MB)
Spontaneous brain network activity: Analysis of its temporal complexity
pp. 100-115
Abstract | PDF (1.09 MB)
Enhanced prefrontal functional–structural networks to support postural control deficits after traumatic brain injury in a pediatric population
pp. 116-142
Abstract | PDF (979.69 KB)
Modular co-organization of functional connectivity and scale-free dynamics in the human brain
pp. 143-165
Abstract | PDF (1.59 MB)
Large-scale network dynamics of beta-band oscillations underlie auditory perceptual decision-making
pp. 166-191
Abstract | PDF (1.89 MB)
Fluid and flexible minds: Intelligence reflects synchrony in the brain’s intrinsic network architecture
pp. 192-207
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