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Simultaneously Uncovering the Patterns of Brain Regions Involved in Different Story Reading Subprocesses

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Accuracy maps revealing different patterns of representation of different reading processes.

(Left) Voxels with significantly higher than chance classification accuracy when using different types of story elements as features, shown in different colors corresponding to the type of story elements. The brain used here is a superset of the brain of the 8 subjects, i.e. the union of all the voxel locations in the 8 brains. The slices are drawn such that they increase in the Z MNI-coordinate when going right to left, then bottom-up. Within each slice, the top of the slice corresponds to the posterior of the brain, and the right side of the slice corresponds to the left side of the brain. Each voxel location represents the classification done using a cube of voxel coordinates, centered at that location, such that the union of voxels from all subjects whose coordinates are in that cube are used. (Right) Voxels with significantly higher than chance classification accuracy when using different types of discourse elements as features, shown in different colors corresponding to the type of discourse elements.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0112575.g003