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Fig. 3

From: Brain white matter correlates of learning ankle tracking using a wearable device: importance of the superior longitudinal fasciculus II

Fig. 3

Partial correlations between changes in tracking errors and changes in white matter tract integrity. A, B Partial correlation plots showed positive correlations between increases in GFA values of the right SLF II and reductions in RMSE scores for A repeated (r = 0.469, p = 0.021) and B random (r = 0.526, p = 0.008) sequences, controlled for age and sex. C, D Partial correlation plots showed no significant correlations between increases in GFA values of the right CST-toe and reductions in RMSE scores for C repeated (r = 0.360, p = 0.084) and D random (r = 0.362, p = 0.082) sequences, controlled for age and sex. E Lateral view of the right SLF II extracted from the tract atlas developed by Chen et al. (2015). CST: corticospinal tract; GFA: generalized fractional anisotropy; R: right; SLF: superior longitudinal fasciculus

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