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Anticorrelation between the default network (DN) and dorsal attention network (DAN) is thought to be an intrinsic aspect of functional brain organization reflecting competing functions. However, the stability of anticorrelations across distinct DN subsystems, different contexts, and time, remains unexplored. Here we examine DN-DAN functional connectivity across six different cognitive states. We show that: (i) the DAN is anticorrelated with the DN core subsystem, but not with the two DNdoi:10.1101/056424 fatcat:waauuszw7nggxh7zuua4i5w4lm