The top schematic denotes the inter-subject functional correlation approach, which calculates the inter-regional correlations in the brains of different individuals. (a) Mean network obtained from the control group (b) Mean network obtained from the CP group. These mean networks are shown for visualization purposes. For each group, networks are projected on three views of the brain (coronal, sagittal and axial views). The colors of the nodes denote their functional selectivity (face-selective, non-face selective, and nodes which are not exclusively selective for either of these stimuli). For visualization purposes, the size of the node is proportional to its degree (the larger the node, the greater its ISFC). The same conventions are used in all figures. (c) The difference network of controls > CPs after FDR correction (q < 0.05) which reflects the difference between the ISFC values for the controls compared to the CP individuals. The ATL and the inferior frontal gyrus are marked. As is graphically depicted, the ATL serves as the main hub for controls but not for CP. Three nodes, which comprise the ATL, were ranked in the top 10 ranks of degree scores (1-3; see Table 3a). (d) Difference networks obtained from the comparison of CPs > controls. CPs evince a significant difference in ISFC in posterior visual regions. As the FDR correction is very stringent, the differences are also shown for an uncorrected p<0.005 value. Note that this is an arbitrary threshold and was chosen for visualization purposes. (e) For the controls > CPs comparison, ATL serves as the main hub. (f) For the CPs > controls, hyperconnectivity of the network in posterior regions is apparent. For an interactive visualizations of the two networks from controls > CPs and CPs > controls, see https://goo.gl/mCm3OF and https://goo.gl/nctuOb respectively (Dwyer et al., 2015).