125 CEREBRAL ADAPTATION ASSOCIATED WITH PERIPHERAL NERVE RECOVERY IN NA 6 Figure 5 General task effects The behavioral task effects of A. BIOMECHANICAL COMPLEXITY (complex > easy) and B. POSTURAL CONGRUENCY (incongruent > congruent) on reaction times are shown in separate bar plots for baseline and follow-up, collapsed over group. Bars show the mean difference between conditions (reaction times for complex minus easy trials (A.), and incongruent minus congruent trials (B.)), error bars are +/- 1 standard deviation; individual data points are plotted on top of the bars. C. BIOMECHANICAL COMPLEXITY-related brain activity (complex > easy) for all patients (collapsed over groups) at baseline and follow-up separately. Figures are TFCE-maps, and match the behavioral data shown in A. P = Posterior; R = right; RT = reaction time; S = superior; TFCE = threshold-free cluster enhancement; Δ = delta; familywise error corrected at p < 0.05. * = significantly non-zero at p < 0.05. See also Supplementary Table 2 for cluster information.