Network neuroscientists generally agree with Pessoa's contention that human brain function is context-dependent and interactionally complex, and that we should embrace brain networks as the functional units of interest. The more contentious issue for the field is how to define brain networks in ways that will facilitate further discovery. A group including members from the Organization for Human Brain Mapping is working toward cataloging best practices and providing concrete reporting guidelines for the scientific community.

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