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Distance-based functional criticality in the human brain: intelligence and emotional intelligence
Jiang,Lili1,2,3,4; Qiao,Kaini1,2,3; Li,Chunlin1,2,3
First AuthorJiang,Lili
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AbstractBackgroundAnatomical distance has been identified as a key factor in the organizational principles of the human brain. On the other hand, criticality was proposed to accommodate the multiscale properties of human brain dynamics, and functional criticality based on resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rfMRI) is a sensitive neuroimaging marker for human brain dynamics. Hence, to explore the effects of anatomical distance of the human brain on behaviors in terms of functional criticality, we proposed a revised algorithm of functional criticality called the distance-based vertex-wise index of functional criticality, and assessed this algorithm compared with the original neighborhood-based functional criticality.ResultsWe recruited two groups of healthy participants, including young adults and middle-aged participants, for a total of 60 datasets including rfMRI and intelligence as well as emotional intelligence to study how human brain functional criticalities at different spatial scales contribute to individual behaviors. Furthermore, we defined the average distance between the particular behavioral map and vertices with significant functional connectivity as connectivity distance. Our results demonstrated that intelligence and emotional intelligence mapped to different brain regions at different ages. Additionally, intelligence was related to a wider distance range compared to emotional intelligence.ConclusionsFor different age groups, our findings not only provided a linkage between intelligence/emotional intelligence and functional criticality but also quantitatively characterized individual behaviors in terms of anatomical distance.

KeywordDistance Functional criticality Intelligence Emotional intelligence MRI Human brain
Source PublicationBMC Bioinformatics
Indexed BySCI ; SSCI
Funding ProjectNational Natural Science Foundation of China[11674388] ; National Key Basic Research and Development (973) Program[2015CB351702]
PublisherBioMed Central
WOS Research AreaBiochemistry & Molecular Biology ; Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology ; Mathematical & Computational Biology
WOS SubjectBiochemical Research Methods ; Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology ; Mathematical & Computational Biology
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s12859-021-03973-4
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Corresponding AuthorJiang,Lili
Affiliation1.Institute of Psychology; CAS Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science
2.Chinese Academy of Sciences; Lifespan Connectomics and Behavior Team, Institute of Psychology
3.University of Chinese Academy of Sciences; Department of Psychology
4.Chinese Academy of Sciences; Institute of Psychology
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Jiang,Lili,Qiao,Kaini,Li,Chunlin. Distance-based functional criticality in the human brain: intelligence and emotional intelligence[J]. BMC Bioinformatics,2021,22(1):17.
APA Jiang,Lili,Qiao,Kaini,&Li,Chunlin.(2021).Distance-based functional criticality in the human brain: intelligence and emotional intelligence.BMC Bioinformatics,22(1),17.
MLA Jiang,Lili,et al."Distance-based functional criticality in the human brain: intelligence and emotional intelligence".BMC Bioinformatics 22.1(2021):17.
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