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ANA_21825_sm_SupplFig.doc112KSupplementary Figure 1: Effects of large versus small cues during the preparation period. Both controls and NC-patients showed increased fMRI signal in several regions including (from left to right) the visual cortex, the motor cortex, the putamen bilaterally, as well as the anterior cingulate and bilateral insula. Clusters of activation are overlaid on the mean-normalized T1-weigthed structural scan; threshold p < 0.001.
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