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AbstractControl processes associated with working memory play a central role in human cognition, but their underlying dynamic brain circuit mechanisms are poorly understood. Here we use system identification, network science, stability analysis, and control theory to probe functional circuit dynamics during working memory task performance. Our results show that dynamic signaling between distributed brain areas encompassing the salience (SN), fronto-parietal (FPN), and default mode networks candoi:10.1038/s41467-021-23509-x pmid:34188024 fatcat:ej3mrsiusbfcfgtwrdexridpia