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bdi12110-sup-0001-FigS1.docxWord document157KFigure S1. Spatial principal component analysis completed on (A) grand averaged paired-stimulus event-related potential (ERP) data (n = 175; displayed as a butterfly plot with each sensor represented as a line) yields a sole component with (B) component scores across time displayed as waveforms, and (C) component weights [64] displayed as topographies (varying only in magnitude across the entire epoch). The proportion of ERP variance across sensors accounted for by the component is displayed in parentheses.
bdi12110-sup-0002-FigS2.docxWord document163KFigure S2. Spatial principal component analysis completed on (A) grand averaged oddball target event-related potential (ERP) data (n = 175; displayed as a butterfly plot with each sensor represented as a line) yields two components with (B) component scores across time displayed as waveforms, and (C) component weights [64] displayed as topographies (varying only in magnitude across the entire epoch). The proportion of ERP variance across sensors accounted for by each component is displayed in parentheses.
bdi12110-sup-0003-FigS3.docxWord document133KFigure S3. Spatial principal component analysis completed on (A) grand averaged oddball standard event-related potential (ERP) data (n = 175; displayed as a butterfly plot with each sensor represented as a line) yields a sole component with (B) component scores across time displayed as waveforms, and (C) component weights [64] displayed as topographies (varying only in magnitude across the entire epoch). The proportion of ERP variance across sensors accounted for by the component is displayed in parentheses.
bdi12110-sup-0004-FigS4.docxWord document209KFigure S4. Paired stimulus: factor weights (topographies) and percentage of total variance accounted for by the first factor (in parentheses) are displayed for each group's spatial principal component analysis (PCA). Factor weights and variance percentages are nearly identical; all intercorrelations were greater than r = 0.90, and correlations with the overall group result were greater than r = 0.95, justifying a sample-wide PCA.
bdi12110-sup-0005-FigS5.docxWord document219KFigure S5. Oddball targets factor 1: Factor weights (topographies) and percentage of total variance accounted for by the first factor (in parentheses) are displayed for each group's spatial principal component analysis (PCA). Factor weights and variance percentages are nearly identical; all intercorrelations were greater than r = 0.90 and correlations with the overall group result were greater than r = 0.95, justifying a sample-wide PCA.
bdi12110-sup-0006-FigS6.docxWord document213KFigure S6. Oddball targets factor 2: Factor weights (topographies) and percentage of total variance accounted for by the first factor (in parentheses) are displayed for each group's spatial principal component analysis (PCA). Factor weights and variance percentages are nearly identical; all intercorrelations were greater than r = 0.90 and correlations with the overall group result were greater than r = 0.95, justifying a sample-wide PCA.
bdi12110-sup-0007-FigS7.docxWord document207KFigure S7. Oddball standards: Factor weights (topographies) and percentage of total variance accounted for by the first factor (in parentheses) are displayed for each group's spatial principal component analysis (PCA). Factor weights and variance percentages are nearly identical; all intercorrelations were greater than r = 0.90 and correlations with the overall group result were greater than r = 0.95, justifying a sample-wide PCA.
bdi12110-sup-0008-TableS1.docxWord document15KTable S1. Subjects by site. HU = Harvard University; UIC = University of Illinois, Chicago; UM = University of Maryland; UTSW = University of Texas Southwestern; YU = Yale University/Institute of Living.
bdi12110-sup-0009-TableS2.docxWord document15KTable S2. Medication statistics.
bdi12110-sup-0010-TableS3.docxWord document19KTable S3. Medication information for each patient group, with the total number of subjects taking at least one medication in each drug class.

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