Integration is the hallmark of cognition. This is true both at the neural, and at the behavioral level. Even the single action potential is above all the product of large-scale integration across multiple brain regions. The simplest, everyday behaviors (for instance remembering a face, or opening a door) are in actuality incredibly complex, supported by multiple cognitive domains such as perception, action, memory, learning, and social cognition. Our group studies those large-scale interactions, and how they support the network level synthesis of interdependent cognitive processes in humans.