As “roughness detection” was higher in autism and showed up in the “left parietal operculum”, I’m on the search . High Functioning Autism vs Low Functioning Autism vs Aspergers Cortical Folding Abnormalities in Autism Revealed by Surface-Based Morphometry Clusters that surpass the size threshold for significance are identified by arrows (left parietal operculum in HFA group and left frontal operculum in LFA group). B, T-correlation maps are thresholded to twice the t-value (p = 0.01) used in corresponding single hemisphere analyses. Bilateral clusters that surpass the size threshold are identified by arrows (intraparietal sulcus in the ASP group and parietal operculum in the HFA group).

As “roughness detection” was higher in autism and showed up in the “left parietal operculum”, I’m on the search .
High Functioning Autism vs
Low Functioning Autism vs
Aspergers
Cortical Folding Abnormalities in Autism Revealed by Surface-Based Morphometry
Clusters that surpass the size threshold for significance are identified by arrows
(left parietal operculum in HFA group and
left frontal operculum in LFA group).
B, T-correlation maps are thresholded to twice the t-value (p = 0.01) used in corresponding single hemisphere analyses. Bilateral clusters that surpass the size threshold are identified by arrows
(intraparietal sulcus in the ASP group and parietal operculum in the HFA group).

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