Date of Original Version

1-1-2008

Type

Article

Abstract or Description

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.

 

Published In

Psychological Science Agenda.