Figure 7. Common inhibition regions - Semantic > Perceptual Inhibition Efficiency

Contributed by tirso.gonzalez on Feb. 15, 2018

Collection: Meaningful inhibition: Exploring the role of meaning and modality in response inhibition

Description: Results of a whole brain functional connectivity analysis indicating regions of heightened connectivity associated with differential performance on semantic and perceptual inhibition tasks. This identified two clusters, in medial temporal and sub-callosal cortex, which showed stronger functional connectivity for people who were better at semantic than perceptual inhibition.

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