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Posterior family exceedance probabilities for the typically developing (TD) and reading disability (RD) groups in the visual modality.

By Li Liu (75607), Amit Vira (360435), Emma Friedman (360438), Jennifer Minas (360441), Donald Bolger (360444), Tali Bitan (360446) and James Booth (185645)

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<p><u>Note</u>: First step BMS was to test families with different <i><u>bottom-up</u></i> modulatory effects. Family 1 = Models with modulatory effects on FG→MTG, but not on FG→IFG. Family 2 = Models with modulatory effects on FG→IFG, but not on FG→MTG. Family 3 = Models with modulatory effects on both bottom-up connections. Family 4 = Models without modulatory effects on either bottom-up connection. Family 3 was the winning family (marked in bold). Second step BMS was to test families with different <i><u>top-down</u></i> modulatory effects in family 3 (the winning family). Family A = Models with modulatory effects on IFG→MTG, but not on IFG→FG. Family B = Models with modulatory effects on IFG→FG, but not on IFG→MTG. Family C = Models with modulatory effects on both top-down connections. Family D = Models without modulatory effects on either top-down connection. There was no difference between these families.</p

Topics: Medicine, Neuroscience, Mental Health, exceedance, probabilities, groups
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013492.t005
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/492927
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