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Using neurostimulation to understand the impact of pre-morbid individual differences on post-lesion outcomes

  1. Matthew A. Lambon Ralpha
  1. aNeuroscience and Aphasia Research Unit, Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester, Manchester, M13 9PL, England
  1. Edited by Robert D. Rafal, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, and accepted by Editorial Board Member Michael S. Gazzaniga September 6, 2017 (received for review May 4, 2017)

  1. Fig. 2.

    A comparison of (A) areas of left ATL atrophy in semantic dementia patients with surface dyslexia (reproduced with permission by Oxford University Press from ref. 30); (B) the area of rTMS stimulation previously shown to disrupt semantic processing (27) and targeted in the current study; and (C) the areas activated by atypical word reading (warm colors) and showing a positive relationship with degree of SR (cool colors) based on data from Hoffman et al. (31).

  2. Fig. S1.

    Performance of low and high SR readers on the imageability by consistency reading list completed pre-TMS: (A) consistency effects and (B) imageability effects. Error bars are ±SE. Values represent effects adjusted for overall level of performance (difference in values across two conditions divided by the mean over those two conditions).

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