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Figure 3 | Molecular Autism

Figure 3

From: Task-related functional connectivity in autism spectrum conditions: an EEG study using wavelet transform coherence

Figure 3

Mann–Whitney group comparison of interhemispheric coherence, corrected for multiple comparisons using False Discovery Rate (FDR). The colored graphs represent values of wavelet coherence for the ‘faces’ task, for every time-frequency point, for each group (ASC: left column, controls: right column) and for electrode pair T7-T8; areas in blue represent regions of low coherence in the time-frequency spectrum, while areas in red represent regions of high coherence. The graph in the middle represents the FDR-corrected statistical group comparison for electrode pair T7-T8; areas shaded gray represent regions of the time-frequency spectrum where there is a significant decrease of coherence for the ASC group compared to the control group, at PFDR-corrected <0.05. No areas were found where there were significant group differences after FDR correction for any other electrode pairs or task.

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