Young adults: Semantic fluency vs. Counting - study-specific template

Contributed by SandraMartin on June 30, 2021

Collection: Age-Dependent Contribution of Domain-General Networks to Semantic Cognition

Description: Unthresholded t map for the group of young adults for the contrast semantic fluency vs. counting based on data analysis with a study-specific template. Positive activity stands for semantic fluency, negative activity for counting. A gray matter mask which restricted statistical tests to voxels with a gray matter probability > 0.3 (SPM12 tissue probability map) was applied.

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