Figure S1: Differences between left and right hemispheres in the relationship of the superior longitudinal fasciculus (A–C, fractional anisotropy; D–F, radial diffusivity) to cognitive performance (A, D, letter–word identification; B, E, phoneme reversal; C, F, inattentiveness). Fractional anisotropy decreases with better performance for all three cognitive tasks, whereas radial diffusivity increases with better performance on the reading-related tasks. Radial diffusivity units are μm2/s×10−3.

Table SI: Inclusion and exclusionary criteria for selection of adolescents for participation in the present study.

Table SII: Definitions of low and high risk in participants born preterm.

Table SIII: Procedure for defining good, average, and poor readers.

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