(a) Regions with higher functional connectivity with early visual cortex at the right occipital pole (site of subsequent inhibitory TMS) in the baseline resting-state (i.e., before TMS). At baseline, activity in the frontal eye fields (FEF), left supramarginal gyrus, left inferior postcentral gyrus, and left insula was anticorrelated with activity in right early visual cortex (corresponding to the to-be-targeted region of the occipital pole; pink circle). (b) Regions with positive (red – yellow) and negative (blue – light blue) functional connectivity with the right FEF at baseline. The right FEF showed a diffuse pattern of connectivity encompassing frontal, parietal, and temporal cortical areas. Regions known to be part of the default-mode network (medial prefrontal cortex, posterior cingulate, angular gyrus, and medial temporal gyrus) were significantly anticorrelated with the right FEF at baseline. All results are p<0.05 FWE corrected at cluster level.