That’s me in the spotlight – Neural basis of individual differences in self-consciousness.

Description: This set of images contains two patterns of functional connectivity that significantly predicted self-consciousness scores. One predicted private self-consciousness scores, and the other one social anxiety scores. The first one is originated from the frontoparietal control network and predicts private self-consciousness scores. The second one is originated from the limbic network and predicts social anxiety scores. Moreover a third pattern of FC originated from the DMN predicted social anxiety scores but this result did not pass correction for number of seeded locations. The three large-scale networks are taken from the 7 network parcellation by Yeo et al (2011).

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Related article DOI10.1093/scan/nsx076
Related article authorsIrene de Caso, Giulia Poerio, Elizabeth Jefferies and Jonathan Smallwood
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