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The paper by Newsome et al. (2016) has errors in the article that should be brought to the attention of readers. The instances are listed with their page numbers along with the incorrect and correct copy:

Figure 1 (page 636) and Figure 2 (page 637) of the original publication showed the y-axis description of the Z-scores next to the brain scans rather than the corresponding charts.

Incorrect figure:

Fig. 1 Between-groups t tests showing significant group differences in functional connectivity between the clusters shown and seeds in the (a) right putamen (TBI >Control); (b) right globus pallidus (Control >TBI) [b1: cluster 1, −26 −56 −10; b2: cluster 2, 26 −60 −8]; and (c) right DLPFC (Control> TBI) [c1: cluster 1, −36 −52 52; c2: cluster 2, 48 −34 54]. Mean Fisher transformed Z-scores and their standard errors associated with each cluster are also depicted. Left side of brain is on left side of image.

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Fig. 1 Between-groups t tests showing significant group differences in functional connectivity between the clusters shown and seeds in the (a) right putamen (TBI >Control); (b) right globus pallidus (Control >TBI) [b1: cluster 1, −26 −56 −10; b2: cluster 2, 26 −60 −8]; and (c) right DLPFC (Control> TBI) [c1: cluster 1, −36 −52 52; c2: cluster 2, 48 −34 54]. Mean Fisher transformed Z-scores and their standard errors associated with each cluster are also depicted. Left side of brain is on left side of image.

Incorrect figure:

Fig. 2 Results from between-groups ANCOVA demonstrating significant group differences in functional connectivity in the right globus pallidus when covarying for age, PTSD and depression symptoms (Control >TBI). (a) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at −22 −58 −10. (b) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at 30 −54 −18. (c) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at 8 −88 28. Mean Fisher transformed Z-scores and their standard errors associated with each cluster are also depicted. Left side of brain is on left side of image.

Correct figure:

Fig. 2 Results from between-groups ANCOVA demonstrating significant group differences in functional connectivity in the right globus pallidus when covarying for age, PTSD and depression symptoms (Control >TBI). (a) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at −22 −58 −10. (b) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at 30 −54 −18. (c) Depicts functional connectivity with a cluster whose most significant voxel is at 8 −88 28. Mean Fisher transformed Z-scores and their standard errors associated with each cluster are also depicted. Left side of brain is on left side of image.

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