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Table 3 Cortical areas showing common activation under four experimental conditions

From: Activity in the primary somatosensory cortex induced by reflexological stimulation is unaffected by pseudo-information: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Area Brodomann’s area MNI coordinate T-score
   x y z  
Common activation to four conditions: L(correct) + L(pseudo) + R(correct) + R(pseudo)
L middle cingulate gurus   -14 -32 40 5.38
L posterior cingulate gurus   -8 -44 20 5.98
L. postcentral gyrus BA3b -14 -44 64 7.60
  BA1 -60 -22 44 5.09
R. postcentral gyrus BA3b 14 -44 64 6.76
L. rolandic operculum   -48 -22 16 8.53
   -54 -2 8 7.99
R. rolandic operculum   54 0 8 7.19
   48 -26 20 7.02
L. insula   -38 0 12 9.39
   -34 -20 16 9.57
R. insula   38 8 12 9.59
   34 -22 14 9.57
L. thalamus   -8 -10 6 7.67
R. thalamus   18 -12 10 8.39
L. Amygdala   -20 -2 -6 5.33
R. Amygdala   20 -4 -6 5.10
  1. The activation peak in bold was observed within SI area defined by the Anatomy toolbox [20].