Instead of “with left hemisphere damage better than it did for right hemisphere damage patients” should be “with left hemisphere brain damage better than it did for patients with right hemisphere brain damage”. Introduction. Section 1.1. Instead of “upon enlistment to the army” should be “upon enlistment in the army”. Materials and Methods. Section 2.3.2. Instead of “and is divided to four domains” should be “and is divided into four domains”. Section 2.4. Instead of “… VHIS, therefore we did not see the same pattern of participant attrition that is commonly seen in longitudinal studies. We had the most data on AFQT scores for participants in …” should be “VHIS. We had AFQT scores for theses participants in …“. Section 2.5. Instead of “were found when testing for pre injury” should be “were found for AFQT testing at the pre-injury”. Instead of “analyses of variances” should be “analyses of variance”. Results. Section 3.2. Instead of “Given that VHIS group (pTBI vs. Control) and SES group (low vs. mid-high) violated …” should be “Given that the VHIS (pTBI vs. Control) and SES group (low vs. mid-high) data violated …” Section 3.4. Instead of “Again, we found main effect for SES groups as well as SES and laterality interaction” should be “Again, we found a main effect for SES groups as well as a SES and laterality interaction”. Discussion. Instead of “15, 30 and 42 years post-injury” should be “15, 35 and 40 + years post-injury”. Instead of “neurologically healthy population” should be “neurologically healthy samples”. Instead of “Similarly, The finding” should be “Similarly, the finding”. Instead of “we did not find such association” should be “we did not find such an association”. Section 4.1. Instead of “index for SES” should be “index of SES”. Figure 2 legend. Addition in the end: “Legend indicates the number of patients with damage to a voxel”. The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Experimental and Cognitive Psychology
- Cognitive Neuroscience
- Behavioral Neuroscience