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Color Plate 1, Fig. 1, Chapter 4. Statistical maps of fMRI activation demonstrate effect of varying the threshold. (See full caption on p. 99 and discussion on p. 98.)

Color Plate 2, Fig. 2, Chapter 4. Validation of fMRI as a clinical tool for assessing language lateralization and localization. (See full caption on p. 102 and discussion on pp. 101— 102. By permission of Oxford University Press.)

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