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Modeling Abnormal Priming in Alzheimer's Patients with a Free Association Network

Figure 3

Structural global view of the degradation progress.

Panel (a) correspond to the initial network (with no degradation), whereas panel (b) represents the damaged network when . Two main consequences of the process are observed: the topology is impoverished as weaker links (thin lines) disappear, and at the same time some relationships are reinforced (thicker, darker lines) because of the probability normalization.

Figure 3