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The functional network of the brain continually adapts to changing environmental demands. The consequence of behavioral automation for task-related functional network architecture remains far from understood. We investigated the neural reflections of behavioral automation as participants mastered a dual n-back task. In four fMRI scans equally spanning a 6-week training period, we assessed brain network modularity, a substrate for adaptation in biological systems. We found that whole-braindoi:10.1038/s41467-020-15631-z pmid:32415206 fatcat:3tlmmliu3rfa3i5pzpnvppidxa