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Figure 1. Spatial regions and time-frequency windows of interest.. From: Gamma phase-locking modulated by phonological contrast during auditory comprehension in reading disability.

A. Spatial Regions of Interest (ROIs) in one subject, shown on the inflated representation of the cerebral cortex. The four ROIs, determined from an omnibus function map, were labeled as L-AUD, R-AUD, L-STS, and R-STS. Anatomically, the locations of the ROIs fell in the primary auditory corte and superior temporal sulcus in each hemisphere. B. Time-frequency power spectrum obtained by averaging all trials across all conditions and ROIs in all subjects. The black rectangles indicate the time-frequency windows selected for the phase synchrony analysis.

Jooman Han, et al. Neuroreport. ;23(14):851-856.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. Normalized phase-locking values (PLVn) between the two right-hemisphere regions of interest (right auditory cortex and right superior temporal sulcus). From: Gamma phase-locking modulated by phonological contrast during auditory comprehension in reading disability.

A. Time-frequency maps of PLVn for phonologically similar (left) and phonologically dissimilar (right) incongruent conditions, from which the values for congruent condition were subtracted. Upper row: good readers; lower row: poor readers.
B. Mean PLVn values for the late gamma band time-frequency window (400-600 ms, 30-45 Hz; solid white rectangles in A), where significant (p < 0.05, Bonferroni corrected) group × condition interaction was observed; ‘*’ indicates p < 0.05 on post hoc paired t-tests.

Jooman Han, et al. Neuroreport. ;23(14):851-856.

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