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The human brain is a complex dynamical system, and how cognition emerges from spatiotemporal patterns of regional brain activity remains an open question. As different regions dynamically interact to perform cognitive tasks, variable patterns of partial synchrony can be observed, forming chimera states. We propose that the spatial patterning of these states plays a fundamental role in the cognitive organization of the brain and present a cognitively informed, chimera-based framework to exploredoi:10.1126/sciadv.aau8535 pmid:30949576 pmcid:PMC6447382 fatcat:o4lqufnfuvgbxmksqvsiwrrj3i