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Table 2. 

Cluster Peaks Correlated with High Accuracy in Making Orientation Decisions

Peak Voxel Location
x (mm)
y (mm)
z (mm)
BSR
Dominant Positive Saliences 
Right premotor cortex 42 42 4.484 
Right SMG 56 −20 26 6.8415 
Left hippocampus −36 −22 −10 4.3709 
Right primary motor cortex 24 −22 52 3.753 
 
Dominant Negative Saliences 
Right medial temporal pole 44 20 −34 −13.224 
Left middle temporal gyrus −48 −14 −20 −12.4247 
Secondary visual cortex (V2) −22 −82 −4 −11.0454 
Right inferior frontal gyrus 46 −42 −7.7132 
Right pallidum 24 −10 −4 −7.6839 
Right middle temporal gyrus 62 −2 −20 −6.6423 
Right middle orbital gyrus 34 54 −10 −6.4729 
Right middle occipital gyrus 28 −102 −6.3431 
Right superior occipital gyrus 28 −92 30 −6.2917 
Right medial temporal pole 56 −18 −5.9288 
Peak Voxel Location
x (mm)
y (mm)
z (mm)
BSR
Dominant Positive Saliences 
Right premotor cortex 42 42 4.484 
Right SMG 56 −20 26 6.8415 
Left hippocampus −36 −22 −10 4.3709 
Right primary motor cortex 24 −22 52 3.753 
 
Dominant Negative Saliences 
Right medial temporal pole 44 20 −34 −13.224 
Left middle temporal gyrus −48 −14 −20 −12.4247 
Secondary visual cortex (V2) −22 −82 −4 −11.0454 
Right inferior frontal gyrus 46 −42 −7.7132 
Right pallidum 24 −10 −4 −7.6839 
Right middle temporal gyrus 62 −2 −20 −6.6423 
Right middle orbital gyrus 34 54 −10 −6.4729 
Right middle occipital gyrus 28 −102 −6.3431 
Right superior occipital gyrus 28 −92 30 −6.2917 
Right medial temporal pole 56 −18 −5.9288 

Positive BSR clusters reflect areas when activity was positively correlated with behavior. Negative BSR clusters reflect areas when activity was negatively correlated with behavior. Coordinates reported in MNI space.

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