Wig, G.S. (2019). “Forum.”. Issues in Science and Technology. 35(2).* [Article] [PDF]

*Invited commentary on: Fitzpatrick, S.M. (2018). Asking the right questions in Alzheimer’s research. Issues in Science and Technology. 35(1). [Article]

Hou, X., Liu, P., Gu, H., Chan, M.Y., Li, Y., Peng, S., Wig, G.S., Yang, Y., Park, D.C., Lu, H. (2019). Estimation of brain functional connectivity from hypercapnia BOLD MRI data. Neuroimage. 186: 455-463. [Article]


Chan, M.Y., Na, J., Agres, P.F.Savalia, N.K., Park, D.C., Wig, G.S. (2018). Socioeconomic status moderates age-related differences in the brain’s functional network organization and anatomy across the adult lifespan. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA115(22): E5144-E5153.* [Article] [PDF]

*Featured in The Atlantic. [Article]

Han, L., Savalia, N.K., Chan, M.Y., Agres, P.F., Nair, A.S., Wig, G.S. (2018). Functional parcellation of the cerebral cortex across the human adult lifespan. Cerebral Cortex. 28(12): 4403-4423. [Article/PDF]

Farrell, M.E., Chen, X., Rundle, M.M., Chan, M.Y., Wig, G.S., Park, D.C. (2018). Early detection of longitudinal amyloid-related cognitive decline in initially amyloid-negative adults. Neurology. 91(19): e1809-e1821. [Article] [PDF]


Wig, G.S. (2017). Segregated systems of human brain networks. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 21(12): 981-996. [Article] [PDF]

Chan, M.Y., Alhazmi, F., Park, D.C., Savalia, N.K., Wig, G.S. (2017). Resting-state network topology differentiates task signals across the adult lifespan. The Journal of Neuroscience. 37(10): 2734-2745. [Article] [PDF]

Savalia, N.K., Agres, P.F., Chan, M.Y., Feczko, E.J., Kennedy, K.M., Wig, G.S. (2017). Motion-related artifacts in structural brain images revealed with independent estimates of in-scanner head motion. Human Brain Mapping. 38: 472–492. [Article] [PDF] [Supplementary document: Cognitive Neuroimaging Lab Freesurfer Manual (October 2015)]

Miller, K.J., Hermes, D., Pestilli, F., Wig, G.S., Ojemann, JG. (2017). Face percept formation in human ventral temporal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 118(5): 2614-2627. [Article]

Farrell, M.E., Kennedy, K.M., Rodrigue, K.M., Wig, G.S., Bischof, G.N., Rieck, J.R., Chen, X., Festini, S.B., Devous, M.D., Park, D.C. (2017). Association of longitudinal cognitive decline with amyloid burden in middle-aged and older adults: Evidence for a dose-response relationship. JAMA Neurology74(7): 830-838. [Article]


Data Stethoscope for the Connectome, Art-Science Performance
9 Evenings 2 (9e2), Seattle, WA. October 28, 2016
Scot Gresham-Lancaster (artist), Tim Perkis (artist), Andrew Blanton (artist), Roger Malina (scientist) & Gagan S. Wig (scientist).


Wig, G.S. (2015). Using patterns of resting-state correlations to parcellate the brain into areas. Essentials of Cognitive Neuroscience. (B. Postle Author) Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell. Web Video.


Chan, M.Y., Park, D.C., Savalia, N.K., Petersen, S.E., Wig, G.S. (2014).  Decreased segregation of brain systems across the healthy adult lifespan. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA111(46): E4997-E5006. [Article] [PDF]

Wig, G.S., Laumann, T.O., Petersen, S.E. (2014).  An approach for parcellating human cortical areas using resting-state correlations. Neuroimage. 93: 276-291.* [Article] [PDF] [Download Wig et al. Parcellation Maps]

*Comment by Buckner, R.L. & Yeo, B.T. (2014). Borders, map clusters, and supra-areal organization in visual cortex. Neuroimage. 93: 292-297. [Article]

Wig, G.S., Laumann, T.O., Cohen, A., Power, J.D., Nelson, S.M., Glasser, M.F., Miezin, F.S., Snyder, A.Z., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen, S.E.  (2014).  Parcellating an individual subject’s cortical and subcortical structures using snowball sampling of resting-state correlations.  Cerebral Cortex. 24(8)2036-2054. [Article/PDF]


Nelson, S.M., McDermott, K., Wig, G.S., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen. S.E. (2013). The critical roles of localization and physiology for understanding parietal contributions to memory retrieval. The Neuroscientist. 19(6): 578-591. [Article]

Szpuner, K.K., St. Jacques, P.L., Robbins, C.A., Wig, G.S., Schacter, D.L. (2013).  Repetition-related reductions in neural activity reveal component processes of mental simulation.  Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9(5): 712-722. [Article/PDF]

Somerville, L.H., Wagner, D.D., Wig, G.S., Moran, J.M., Whalen, P.J., Kelley, W.M. (2013).  Interactions between tonic and phasic neural signals support the generation and regulation of anxious emotion. Cerebral Cortex. 23(1):  49-60. [Article/PDF]


Stevens, W.D., Kahn, I., Wig, G.S., & Schacter, D.L. (2012)   Hemispheric asymmetry of form-abstract visual scene processing in the human brain:  Evidence from repetition priming and intrinsic activity.  Cerebral Cortex. 22(8):  1935-1949. [Article/PDF]

Wig, G.S. (2012).   Repetition suppression and repetition priming are processing outcomes.  Cognitive Neuroscience3:  247-248.* [Article] [PDF]

*Invited commentary on Gotts, S., Carson, C., & Martin, A.  (2012) Repetition priming and repetition suppression:  A case for enhanced efficiency through neural synchronization.  Cognitive Neuroscience. 3:  227-259. [Article]


Wig, G.S., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen, S.E. (2011). Concepts and principles in the analysis of brain networks.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1224: 126-146. [Article] [PDF]

Power, J.D., Cohen, A.L., Nelson, S.M., Wig, G.S., Barnes, K.A., Church, J., Vogel, A., Laumann, T.O., Miezin, F.M., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen, S.E. (2011).  Functional network organization of the human brain.  Neuron, 72:  665-678. [Article] [PDF]


Dosenbach, N.U.F., Nardos, B., Cohen, A.L., Fair, D.A.,Power, J.D., Church, J.A., Nelson, S.M., Wig, G.S., Vogel, A.C., Lesov-Schlaggar, C.N., Banes, K.A., Dubis, J.W., Feczko, E., Coalson, R.S., Pruett, J.R., Barch, D.M., Petersen, S.E., Schlaggar, B.L. (2010). Prediction of individual brain maturity using fMRI.  Science. 329:  1359-1361. [Article]

Nelson, S.M., Cohen, A.L., Power, J.D., Wig, G.S., Miezin, F.M., Wheeler, M.E., Velanova, K., Donaldson, D.I., Phillips, J.S., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen, S.E. (2010).  A parcellation scheme for human left lateral parietal cortex.  Neuron. 67: 156-170. [Article] [PDF]


Wig, G.S., Buckner, R.L., & Schacter, D.L. (2009). Repetition priming influences distinct brain systems:  Evidence from task-evoked data and resting-state correlations.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 101:  2632-2648. [Article] [PDF]


Wig, G.S., Grafton, S.T., Demos, K.E., Wolford, G., Petersen, S.E., & Kelley, W.M.  (2008). Medial temporal lobe BOLD activity at rest predicts individual differences in memory ability in healthy young adults.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.  105(47):  18555-18560. [Article] [PDF]

Putnam, M.C., Wig, G.S., Kelley, W.M., Grafton, S.T.,  & Gazzaniga, M.S.  (2008). Structural organization of the corpus callosum predicts the extent and impact of cortical activity in the nondominant hemisphere.  Journal of Neuroscience.  28(11):  2912-2918. [Article] [PDF]

Holmes, M.D., Brown, M., Tucker, D.M., Saneto, R.P., Miller, K.J., Wig, G.S., & Ojemann, J.G.  (2008).  Confirmation of dense array EEG localization of neocortical seizure onset and propagation.  Pediatric Neurosurgery.  44(6):  474-479. [Article]

Stevens, W.D., Wig, G.S., & Schacter, D.L. (2008).  Implicit memory and priming. Concise Learning and Memory:  The Editor’s Selection. (J.Byrne Editor). Oxford: 2008, Elsevier.

Stevens, W.D., Wig, G.S., & Schacter, D.L. (2008).  Implicit memory and priming. In H.L. Roediger, III (Ed.), Cognitive Psychology of Memory. Vol. [2] of Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference, 4 vols. (J.Byrne Editor). Pp. 623-644.  Oxford: 2008,  Elsevier.


Schacter, D.L., Wig, G.S., & Stevens, W.D.  (2007).  Reductions in cortical activity during priming.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 17:  171-176. [Article/PDF]


Wig, G.S. (2006).  Memory and the Resting Brain.  Ph.D. Thesis – Dartmouth College, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. 

Somerville, L.H., Wig, G.S., Whalen, P.J., & Kelley, W.M.  (2006).  Dissociable roles for the hippocampus and amygdala in the representation of socially relevant contextual knowledge.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18(8):  1253-1265. [Article/PDF]


Wig, G.S., Grafton, S.T., Demos, K.E., & Kelley, W.M. (2005).  A causal role for neural activity reductions during repetition priming.  Nature Neuroscience. 8:  1228-1233.* [Article] [PDF]

*Comment by Martin, A. & Gotts, S.J. (2005). Making the causal link: frontal cortex activity and repetition priming.  Nature Neuroscience. 8: 1134-1135. [Article]

Barnes, S.J., Hua, J.M., Pinel, J.P.J, Takahashi, A, & Wig, G.S. (2005). Conditioned effects of kindling three different sites in the hippocampal complex of the rat.  Behavioral Neuroscience. 119(6):  1572-1579. [Article]


Wig, G.S., Miller, M.B., Kingstone, A., & Kelley, W.M. (2004).  Separable routes to human memory formation:  Dissociating task and material contributions in the frontal cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 16(1): 139-48. [Article/PDF]

Moran, J.M., Wig, G.S., Adams, R., Janata, P., & Kelley, W.M. (2004).  The neural funny bone:  Dissociating humor comprehension from mirth.  Neuroimage. 3:  1055-60. [Article/PDF]

Wolford, G.L., Newman, S.E., Miller, M.B., & Wig, G.S. (2004). Searching for patterns in random sequences.  Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. 58(4):  221-8. [Article]


Barnes, S.J., Pinel, J.P.J., Wig, G.S., Stuettgen, M.C., & Hölzel, C.H. (2003) Stimulation site determines the conditioned effects of kindling in rats: anterior neocortex versus amygdala.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 17(8): 1671-1679. [Article]


Wig, G. S., Barnes, S. J., & Pinel, J. P. J. (2002).  Conditioning of a flavor aversion in rats by amygdala kindling.  Behavioral Neuroscience. 116(2):  347-50. [Article]


Barnes, S. J., Pinel, J. P. J., Francis, L. H., & Wig, G. S. (2001). Conditioning of ictal and interictal behaviors in rats by amygdala kindling: Context as the conditional stimulus.  Behavioral Neuroscience. 115(5): 1065-72. [Article]