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Human Brain Mapping
A thorough understanding of sex-independent and sex-specific neurobiological features that underlie cognitive abilities in healthy individuals is essential for the study of neurological illnesses in which males and females differentially experience and exhibit cognitive impairment. Here, we evaluate sex-independent and sex-specific relationships between functional connectivity and individual cognitive abilities in 392 healthy young adults (196 males) from the Human Connectome Project. First, wedoi:10.1002/hbm.25709 pmid:34811849 pmcid:PMC8764478 fatcat:crkfu4eyjnhfjc54zffvwuiaxe