Cognitive control and stimulus domain related activations were used as features to predict TMS effects in a similar manner to the use of integration measures to predict TMS effects. Principle components analysis was used to create factors associated with temporal control (temporal control contrast activations in FPl, MFG, and IPL), contextual control (contextual control contrast activations in VLPFC, cMFG, and midIPS), sensory-motor control (sensory-motor control contrast activations in IFJ, SFS, antIPS, and SPL), and stimulus domain (stimulus domain contrast activations in IFJ, SFS, antIPS, and SPL). Note that all contrasts are orthogonal to one another. Cross-validated ridge regression was used to predict TMS effects based upon the activation measures. Note in both cases, predicted and actual TMS effects were negatively correlated indicating that activation measures are not useful for predicting TMS effects. Left: standard (8 mm smoothing). Right: reduced (4 mm smoothing).