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Figure S1 A representative M80 area calculation is shown. A is the amplitude of the M80 component of the response from baseline (more specifically the first point of the post-stimulus response that is significantly different from baseline) to the peak of the response. A/2 represents half the value. The hatched area represents the full width at half maximum (FWHM) and the integral of the hatched area is the result of the calculation. The area of the M40 component is computed in a similar manner.

Figure S2 The response of the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and neurotypical (NT) groups to paired versus single finger stimulation and linear fits. SSEF response ratios were computed using the virtual sensor approach (SVD). (A) The short-latency M40 responses of the ASD and NT groups and linear fits are shown. (B) The mid-latency cortical M80 response of the ASD and NT groups and linear fits are shown.

Figure S3 The response of the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and neurotypical (NT) groups to paired versus single finger stimulation and linear fits. SSEF response ratios were computed using vector interaction. (A) The short-latency M40 responses of the ASD and NT groups and linear fits are shown. (B) The mid-latency cortical M80 response of the ASD and NT groups and linear fits are shown.

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