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Supplementary Materials

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  • fig. S1. Working memory paradigm.
  • fig. S2. Validation of BPND measurements derived from cerebellar reference
    model against arterial input model.
  • fig. S3. Working memory–related activation and connectivity changes in PET-MRI
    cohort.
  • fig. S4. Reliability of performance measures between conventional fMRI and
    PET-MRI scans.
  • fig. S5. Reliability of connectivity measures between conventional fMRI and
    PET-MRI scans.
  • table S1. Working memory performance in n = 100 fMRI cohort.
  • table S2. Nodes for connectivity analysis in n = 100 fMRI cohort.
  • table S3. Local correlations of task-based activation with connectivity during rest
    and task.
  • table S4. D1 density relationships among cortical networks.
  • table S5. Working memory performance in n = 29 PET-MRI cohort.
  • table S6. Nodes for connectivity analysis in n = 29 PET-MRI cohort.
  • table S7. Correlations of PET and fMRI connectivity (FPCN and DN) markers
    across conditions.
  • table S8. Persistence of significant (P < 0.05, FWE-corrected) cortical D1 density–
    connectivity correlations after partialing out effects of striatal D1 density.
  • table S9. Persistence of significant (P < 0.05, FWE-corrected) striatal D1 density–
    connectivity correlations after partialing out effects of age and cortical D1 density.
  • table S10. Correlations of PET and fMRI connectivity (FPCN and DN to visual
    network) markers across conditions.

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