Co-activation based parcellation of the human frontal pole

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Ray, K. L.; Zald, D. H.; Laird, A. R.; Bludau, S.; Riedel, M. C.; Bzdok, D.; Yanes, J.; Falcone, K. E.; Amunts, K.; Fox, P. T.; Eickhoff, Simon;

Historically, the human frontal pole (FP) has been considered as a single architectonic area. Brodmann's area 10, in the frontal lobe with known contributions in the execution of various higher order cognitive processes. However, recent cytoarchitectural studies of the ... View more
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