The sensitivity to brain and scalp obtained from the Monte Carlo computations are shown in Fig. 1, where the bar height is the median, and the error bars extend from 25th to 75th percentile of the values over all eight simulated probe locations. The NIRS sensitivities at 1, 2, and 3 cm are 95%, 88%, and 88%, respectively, for scalp, and 0.6%, 3%, and 8% for brain. This results in brain-to-scalp sensitivities of 0.7%, 4%, and 10% at these same separations. For DCS, the sensitivities to scalp when fitting the whole autocorrelation curve are 100%, 94%, and 80%, and the sensitivities to brain are 0.4%, 6%, and 19%, resulting in relative brain-to-scalp sensitivities of 0.4%, 6%, and 24%. When fitting only the early portion of the curve [$g1(\tau )>0.7$], the DCS sensitivity to scalp decreases to 99%, 89%, and 69%, and the sensitivity to brain increases to 1%, 12%, and 30%, resulting in higher brain-to-scalp sensitivities of 1%, 13%, and 43% at the three separations.