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Reacting to the salient emotional features of a stimulus is adaptive unless the information is irrelevant or interferes with goal-directed behavior. The ability to ignore salient but otherwise extraneous information involves restructuring of brain networks and is a key impairment in several psychological disorders. Despite the importance of understanding inhibitory control of emotional response, the associated brain network mechanisms remain unknown. Utilizing functional magnetic resonancedoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.10.066 pmid:30394327 pmcid:PMC6372757 fatcat:tydbrzyrinh2rc5dxs3z5y2eri