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hbm22458-sup-0001-suppfig1.tif1521KSupplementary Figure S1. Cerebello-cortical connectivity and symptom severity in UHR individuals. Axial slices are presented, with the left hemisphere presented on the left using anatomical conventions. Regions in blue indicate correlations with negative symptoms and Crus I connectivity, while regions in red indicate correlations with positive symptoms and Vermis X connectivity. L: left; R: right, presented with the left-most slice also provide image orientation information.
hbm22458-sup-0002-suppfig2.tif1521KSupplementary Figure S2. Cerebello-cortical connectivity and postural sway in UHR individuals. Axial slices are presented, with the left hemisphere presented on the left. Blue regions indicate negative correlations such that weaker connectivity was associated with greater sway (worse performance). Red areas are indicative of correlations wherein greater connectivity was indicative of greater sway. L: left; R: right, presented with the upper-left slice also provide image orientation information.
hbm22458-sup-0003-supptables.doc847KSupplementary Table S1. MNI coordinates of cerebellar networks in control participants. Negative and positive x-values indicate locations in the left and right hemispheres, respectively. Regions in bold font are indicative of the peak voxel in a particular cluster.

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