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Individual differences in the ability to execute cognitive processes must ultimately be underpinned by differences in neural functioning. Over the past decade, research on the relation between higher-level cognition and brain function has characterized thinking as the functioning of a largescale cortical network, schematically depicted in Figure 1 as a set of cortical centers connected by communications pathways.
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