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Figure 1a-c: Illustrate the afferent and efferent relationship of the frontal region with the medial temporal region (the emotion processing circuit). Each graph plots the rUVs of the afferent (dependent variable) on the Y-axis and rUVs of the efferent (independent variable) on the X-axis. The figure also includes two linear best fits based on linear regressions, one for each group. As can be noted from the figures, the relationships in Figure 1a in all four graphs are close to parallel, indicating similar relationships. Figures 1b and 1c on the other hand, have more intersecting relationships, suggesting that there are differences in the relationships; two plots in each demonstrating statistically significant differences (marked with*). (a) Differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – cannabis dependence and Schizophrenia; (b) differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – cannabis dependence and normal controls; (c) differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – schizophrenia and normal controls

Figure 1a-c: Illustrate the afferent and efferent relationship of the frontal region with the medial temporal region (the emotion processing circuit). Each graph plots the rUVs of the afferent (dependent variable) on the Y-axis and rUVs of the efferent (independent variable) on the X-axis. The figure also includes two linear best fits based on linear regressions, one for each group. As can be noted from the figures, the relationships in Figure 1a in all four graphs are close to parallel, indicating similar relationships. Figures 1b and 1c on the other hand, have more intersecting relationships, suggesting that there are differences in the relationships; two plots in each demonstrating statistically significant differences (marked with*). (a) Differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – cannabis dependence and Schizophrenia; (b) differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – cannabis dependence and normal controls; (c) differences in interregional relationships in the temporo-frontal-circuit – schizophrenia and normal controls