2019

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]


2018

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]


2017

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]


2016

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).


2015

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. [Video Link]


2014

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]


2013

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]


2012

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]


2011

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]


2010

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]


2009

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]


2008

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.


2007

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]


2006

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]


2005

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]


2004

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]


2003

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]


2002

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]


2001

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]