Functionally and structurally distinct fusiform face area(s) in over 1000 participants
32k_fs_LR - Maximum Probability Map
This figure illustrates maximum probability maps (MPMs) of pFus-faces/FFA-1 (green) and mFus-faces/FFA-2 (blue) with thresholds as 0%, 10%, 25%, and 50% in 32k_fs_LR space. A MPM is constructed to summarize the probabilistic maps of all regions into one map. Specifically, we assign each vertex to the region to which the vertex has the highest probability of belonging. Thus, the MPM defines the most likely areas to which each vertex belongs. The vertices with a maximum probability smaller than a specific threshold are considered to not belong to either region.
Species:Human, Atlas:HCP-S1200, Registration:MSMAll, Surface Mesh:32k fs LR