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Figure S1. Statistical results of an independent-samples t-test comparison between sensor-level neural activity in parents of a child with an autism spectrum disorder (pASD) and healthy adult control participants. Time and frequency windows of interested are represented as follows: A) early (30-150 ms) evoked gamma-band activity (30-50 Hz), B) late (200-800 ms) evoked gamma-band activity, C) early evoked beta-band activity (13-30 Hz), and D) late evoked beta-band activity. Sensors demonstrating a statistically significant group difference (uncorrected p < .01) are indicated with an asterisk overlayed on the sensor. Statistical values above 0 indicate areas in which pASD showed greater evoked activity compared to controls; those below 0 indicate areas in which pASD showed less activity than controls (pASD > HC shown in warmer colors; HC > pASD shown in cooler colors).
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McFadden et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:213 doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-213