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Human intelligence has been conceptualized as a complex system of dissociable cognitive processes, yet studies investigating the neural basis of intelligence have typically emphasized the contributions of discrete brain regions or, more recently, of specific networks of functionally connected regions. Here we take a broader, systems perspective in order to investigate whether intelligence is an emergent property of synchrony within the brain's intrinsic network architecture. Using a largedoi:10.1162/netn_a_00010 pmid:29911673 pmcid:PMC5988392 fatcat:orrfumn5tbbthoeejq5yohm3pe