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As the human brain develops, it increasingly supports coordinated control of neural activity. The mechanism by which white matter evolves to support this coordination is not well understood. We use a network representation of diffusion imaging data from 882 youth ages 8 to 22 to show that white matter connectivity becomes increasingly optimized for a diverse range of predicted dynamics in development. Notably, stable controllers in subcortical areas are negatively related to cognitivedoi:10.1038/s41467-017-01254-4 pmid:29093441 pmcid:PMC5665937 fatcat:echxtaar2rablfmcotiq5jhqly