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Table 2. 

Regions That Showed Increased Activation for Reversible Relative to Nonreversible Sentences

Reversible > Nonreversible: Left Temporal–Parietal Boundary
Analysis
Main Effect
Visual Sentences
Auditory Sentences
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
All participants 58 42 22 3.5 22 58 44 20 4.0 89 −58 −40 24 2.3 62 
−62 −48 22 3.3 −52 −44 26 3.9 64 40 28 2.8 
Children only 58 44 20 2.7 52 34 20 4.2 64 38 28 2.4 
Adults only 64 46 24 2.4 62 48 20 2.3 62 42 26 2.4 
Reversible > Nonreversible: Left Temporal–Parietal Boundary
Analysis
Main Effect
Visual Sentences
Auditory Sentences
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
x
y
z
Z Score
n Voxels
All participants 58 42 22 3.5 22 58 44 20 4.0 89 −58 −40 24 2.3 62 
−62 −48 22 3.3 −52 −44 26 3.9 64 40 28 2.8 
Children only 58 44 20 2.7 52 34 20 4.2 64 38 28 2.4 
Adults only 64 46 24 2.4 62 48 20 2.3 62 42 26 2.4 

Coordinates [x, y, z] are reported in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Activation for visual sentences across all participants was significant at p < .05 corrected for extent across the whole brain. n voxels = the number of voxels significant at p < .001 uncorrected for visual sentences and p < .05 uncorrected for auditory sentences. Peak voxels are shown in boldface. Those from all participants come from Analysis 1; those for Children and Adults alone come from Analysis 2.

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