Brain Network Connectivity and Individual Differences in Memory Abilities 

This study uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate how differences in large-scale functional brain network activity during a memory encoding task can be predictive of memory consolidation efficacy. We are interested in understanding whether memory deficits are related to having abnormal activation patterns between task-positive and task-negative networks. Having a better understanding of how large-scale functional brain networks influence memory functions in healthy controls could give us valuable insight when investigating similar functions in neuropsychiatric conditions.