W1 - Nonparametric Permutation - Continuous Assoication between Brain activation and Behavioral Misadventure Score [TFCE-FWE-Corrected]

Contributed by michaeldemidenko on March 13, 2020

Collection: Cortical and subcortical response to the anticipation of reward in high and average risk-taking adolescents.

Communities: developmental

Description: [**Note, for ease of comparison here represents a negative association, such that, LOWER BMS = HIGHER activation and HIGHER BMS = LOWER activation**] Non-parametric association betwee. of activation on MID: Big Win versus Neutral Cue anticipation. Permutation of 5000 for 104 subjects, for Behavioral Misadventure Score (Higher BMS = Higher Risk Behavior; Lower BMS = Lower Risk Behaviors - covariate age). Produced using FSL randomise, Threshold-Free Cluster Enhancement, FWE-correct p < .05, significance is 1 - alpha, e.g, 1 - .05, values > .95 are deemed significant in this parametric assessment. In the design matrix for Regression, BMS is mean centered and age is mean centered. Regression individual variable on brain

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