Relations Between Mind, Brain, and Mental Disorders

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Examples of mental function topics and associated topic maps.
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The left panel shows the top words associated with each topic, and the right panel shows a map of voxels that were significantly associated with loading on that topic across documents. The image intensity is proportional to the Pearson correlation between the activation vector and the topic loading vector at each voxel (with red-yellow depicting positive correlations and blue-white depicting negative correlations), thresholded using a whole brain false discovery rate of q.01. The topics are shown in order of descending number of documents with nonzero loadings on the topic; those at the top showed loading on a relatively small number of documents, whereas those at the bottom showed loading across a broader set of documents. The images are presented in radiological convention (i.e., left-right reversed).

doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002707.g004

Relations Between Mind, Brain, and Mental Disorders

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