Michael W. Cole

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2014- Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Cognitive control, fMRI, MEG, rapid instructed task learning (RITL), memory
Website:
http://www.colelab.org/
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Singh MF, Braver TS, Cole MW, et al. (2020) Estimation and Validation of Individualized Dynamic Brain Models with Resting State fMRI. Neuroimage. 117046
Lamichhane B, Westbrook A, Cole MW, et al. (2020) Exploring brain-behavior relationships in the N-back task. Neuroimage. 212: 116683
Kar K, Ito T, Cole MW, et al. (2019) Transcranial alternating current stimulation attenuates BOLD adaptation and increases functional connectivity. Journal of Neurophysiology
Ito T, Hearne L, Mill R, et al. (2019) Discovering the Computational Relevance of Brain Network Organization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Reid AT, Headley DB, Mill RD, et al. (2019) Advancing functional connectivity research from association to causation. Nature Neuroscience
Schultz DH, Ito T, Solomyak LI, et al. (2019) Global connectivity of the fronto-parietal cognitive control network is related to depression symptoms in the general population. Network Neuroscience (Cambridge, Mass.). 3: 107-123
Cole MW, Ito T, Schultz D, et al. (2018) Task activations produce spurious but systematic inflation of task functional connectivity estimates. Neuroimage
Ji JL, Spronk M, Kulkarni K, et al. (2018) Mapping the human brain's cortical-subcortical functional network organization. Neuroimage
Chen RH, Ito T, Kulkarni KR, et al. (2018) The human brain traverses a common activation-pattern state space across task and rest. Brain Connectivity
Ito T, Kulkarni KR, Schultz DH, et al. (2017) Cognitive task information is transferred between brain regions via resting-state network topology. Nature Communications. 8: 1027
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