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Figure 7: Results of the perilesional ROI analyses. (a) shows the location of the five regions of interest: fusiform (green), inferior temporal (purple), medial temporal (red), anterior temporal (blue), and parietal (yellow) regions. (b) plots the average (Spearman) correlation between each control subject’s brain-based similarity matrix with the visual and orthographic similarity matrices. The white box indicates that for all 5 perilesional ROIs the lighter color is the visual similarity index and the grey box indicates that for all 5 perilesional ROIs the darker color is the orthographic similarity index. Error bars represent ±1 SEM. (c) depicts a box-and-whiskers plot for the distribution of the difference between the orthographic and the visual indices for all of the control participants in all five ROIs, with the black dot depicting CH’s difference score.