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Fig. S1. Split-half connectivity contrast analysis between chronic tinnitus patients and tinnitus patients with recent onset (P < 0.05). Decreased (a) & (b) theta (4–7.5 Hz) connectivity for chronic tinnitus patients.

Fig. S2. Split-half connectivity contrast analysis between chronic tinnitus patients and tinnitus patients with recent onset (< 0.05). Decreased (a) & (b) alpha 2 (10–12Hz) connectivity for chronic tinnitus patients.

Fig. S3. Split-half connectivity contrast analysis between chronic tinnitus patients and tinnitus patients with recent onset (< 0.05). Decreased (a) & (b) gamma (30–45 Hz) connectivity for chronic tinnitus patients.

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