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Figure 5–16. Cortical thinning related to impaired prospective memory in traumatic brain injury.

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Figure 5–16. Cortical thinning related to impaired prospective memory in traumatic brain injury.Areas of cortical thinning that were associated with event-based prospective memory (EB-PM) performance in pediatric traumatic brain injury are shown in sagittal, inferior, medial, and coronal views. As in Figure 5–15, the P-value color scale indicates group differences ranging from dark blue (P <0.005) to light blue (P <0.00001). Bilateral middle and inferior frontal, middle and inferior temporal, and parahippocampal and cingulate gyri thicknesses were found to be significantly related to EB-PM performance. Regions of significant brain-behavior relation appear to be spatially larger in the left hemisphere. Involvement of the temporal lobes and parahippocampal gyri highlights the inherent role of retrieval processes in supporting PM functioning.

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