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Fig. 3 | BMC Neurology

Fig. 3

From: Functional connectivity and quality of life in young adults with cerebral palsy: a feasibility study

Fig. 3

Correlation between functional connectivity and well-being. The image (a) identifies the locations of two functionally connected regions in the Default Mode Network (DMN): Medial Prefrontal Cortex (MPFC) and right Lateral Parietal (LP). The connectivity between these two regions was found to be highly correlated with well-being. The graph (b) displays the functional connectivity between MPFC and right LP and a linear regression with well-being. The high R-squared value of the regression indicates that 89% of the variance in functional connectivity is accounted for by the well-being measure

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