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hbm22227-sup-0001-SuppFig1.tif3940KSupplemental figure 1: This figure presents regions that exhibited a significant effect of laterality for the visual cues with auditory targets condition (Panel A: VCAT) and for the auditory cues with visual targets (Panel B: ACVT). The magnitude and direction of the following contrast t-scores are represented by either warm (right > left; red or yellow representing p < 0.005 or p < 0.001 respectively) or cool (left > right; blue or cyan representing p < 0.005 or p < 0.001 respectively) coloring. Locations of the axial (Z) slices are given according to the Talairach atlas (L = left and R = right). Differential effects of laterality were observed in the left middle occipital gyrus (MOG), left lateral tempero-occipital cortex (LTO) and right auditory cortex (AC) during VCAT. During the ACVT condition, the left AC and bilateral LTO showed differential activation dependent on stimulus laterality. For both conditions, results indicated increased activity for contralateral stimuli. The percent signal change (PSC) values for left (blue bars) and right (red bars) trials within these selected regions are displayed, with error bars equal to the standard error of the mean.
hbm22227-sup-0001-SuppFig2.tif1741KSupplemental figure 2: This figure presents a significant laterality by stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) interaction effect within the visual cortex (VC) during the visual cues with auditory targets condition (VCAT). The magnitude of the effect is represented by warm coloring (red or yellow representing p < 0.005 or p < 0.001 respectively). Locations of the axial (Z) slices are given according to the Talairach atlas (L = left and R = right). Percent signal change (PSC) values for each of the four main conditions of interest are displayed, with error bars corresponding to the standard error of the mean.
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