when presented with intentional causality tasks Measured using functional and

When presented with intentional causality tasks

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when presented with intentional causality tasks Measured using: functional and structural MRI, DTI, and ANOVA Results Significantly weaker functional connectivity found between ventral premotor cortex and the ToM network in ASD participants compared to TD participants TD participants showed more brain activation, specifically bilateral ACC, motor cortex, and RIFG Significantly reduced white matter integrity found in ASD in the right middle/superior temporal cortex Interpretation of Tables Table 1 shows demographic information of the 2 groups, Autism group and Control group, including: age, verbal IQ, performance IQ, full-scale IQ, mind in the eyes, and SRS raw total
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Table 1 also gives the group differences in terms of t-value and P-value Table 2 shows peak brain activation and cluster size for the contrast intentional vs physical causation among 3 groups: ASD, TD, and all together Interpretation of Figures The last figure, figure 4, shows DTI data that found significantly reduced FA values in ASD participants in 3 white matter regions: the posterior midbody of the corpus callosum, the corona radiata, and the white matter underlying the right middle/superior temporal lobe
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