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Dynamic network centrality summarizes learning in the human brain

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We study functional activity in the human brain using functional magnetic resonance imaging and recently developed tools from network science. The data arise from the performance of a simple behavioural motor learning task. Unsupervised clustering of subjects with respect to similarity of network activity measured over 3 days of practice produces significant evidence of ‘learning’, in the sense that subjects typically move between clusters (of subjects whose dynamics are similar) as time prog...

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A V Mantzaris More by this author
D S Bassett More by this author
M A Porter More by this author
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Publication date:
2013
URN:
uuid:316d345e-408d-4b49-b104-ca848402dc33
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oai:eprints.maths.ox.ac.uk:1801

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