Quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall)
330 pp. per issue
8 1/2 x 11
E-ISSN
2472-1751

Network Neuroscience

Olaf Sporns, Editor
Overview

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. 3, Issue 1 - 2019

Articles

Graph theory approaches to functional network organization in brain disorders: A critique for a brave new small-world
pp. 1-26
Abstract | PDF (1.48 MB)
Cooperating yet distinct brain networks engaged during naturalistic paradigms: A meta-analysis of functional MRI results
pp. 27-48
Abstract | PDF (1.78 MB)
Time-varying whole-brain functional network connectivity coupled to task engagement
pp. 49-66
Abstract | PDF (1.91 MB)
Dissociating tinnitus patients from healthy controls using resting-state cyclicity analysis and clustering
pp. 67-89
Abstract | PDF (3.79 MB)
Subject specificity of the correlation between large-scale structural and functional connectivity
pp. 90-106
Abstract | PDF (3.9 MB)
Global connectivity of the fronto-parietal cognitive control network is related to depression symptoms in the general population
pp. 107-123
Abstract | PDF (720.48 KB)
Multiscale examination of cytoarchitectonic similarity and human brain connectivity
pp. 124-137
Abstract | PDF (1.99 MB)
Time-evolving dynamics in brain networks forecast responses to health messaging
pp. 138-156
Abstract | PDF (1.15 MB)
Accelerated intermittent theta burst stimulation in major depression induces decreases in modularity: A connectome analysis
pp. 157-172
Abstract | PDF (500.4 KB)
Cooperative contributions of structural and functional connectivity to successful memory in aging
pp. 173-194
Abstract | PDF (1014.41 KB)
Dynamic connectivity and the effects of maturation in youth with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
pp. 195-216
Abstract | PDF (3.4 MB)
High-resolution data-driven model of the mouse connectome
pp. 217-236
Abstract | PDF (3.56 MB)