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One of the grand challenges faced by neuroscience is to delineate the determinants of interindividual variation in the comprehensive structural and functional connection matrices that comprise the human connectome. At present, this endeavor appears most tractable at the macroanatomic scale, where intrinsic brain activity exhibits robust patterns of synchrony that recapitulate core functional circuits at the individual level. Here, we use a classical twin study design to examine the heritabilitydoi:10.1093/cercor/bhw027 pmid:26891986 pmcid:PMC4830303 fatcat:3gzxbrdnrvgczadotegbfmnj2e