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Fig. S1. The relationship between normalized baseline alpha power and the reduction in first dorsal interosseous MEP amplitude following cTBS. Normalized baseline power in the lower (a) and upper (b) alpha bands did not predict changes in MEP amplitude at 5 min following cTBS (= 20, >  0.05 for both). Lower and upper alpha bands were calculated for each individual based on their dominant alpha frequency.

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