Figure 2-figure supplement 1: Comparison of the cortical representation of associations with behaviour across fractional area, HCP_MMP1.0 individual subject parcellation and PFM spatial maps. A: Correlations between fractional surface area and behaviour are bilaterally symmetric and strongest in cognitive and association cortices. B: Direct comparison of strongest results qualitatively suggests that PFM and HCP_MMP1.0 effects may be partly linked to areal size, and highlights lack of precise co-location of effects (for visual comparison the PFM correlation maps are shown using a higher threshold pFDR<0.0001, |r|>0.218, and HCP_MMP1.0 correlation maps are correlated at pFDR<0.05; |r|>0.159). C: Un-thresholded HCP_MMP1.0 correlations with CCA subject weights; these are the maximum absolute r across all parcels, and therefore do not contain the parcel structure itself. D: Un-thresholded PFM correlations with CCA subject weights (maximum absolute r across all PFMs).
Surface Mesh:32k fs LR, Registration:MSMAll, Parcellation:HCP_MMP1.0, Species:Human