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From: Frequency of everyday pro-environmental behaviour is explained by baseline activation in lateral prefrontal cortex

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Depiction of the correlation between delta current density and pro-environmental behaviour. Panel a shows the area in the right lateral prefrontal cortex where baseline delta current density is statistically significantly correlated with pro-environmental behaviour (whole-brain corrected). Panel b shows a corresponding scatter plot with a robust regression line (which accounts for potential outliers) and 95%-confidence intervals. Depicted is the relationship between baseline delta current density in the right lateral PFC (10 mm sphere around the peak voxel) and pro-environmental behaviour. Baseline slow wave oscillations likely reflect decreased cortical activation, thereby suggesting that higher baseline activation in the right lateral PFC is related to more environmentally friendly behaviour.

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