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Table 8. 

Regions Showing Significant Activations at Probe for the Contrast of Modulation by Choices of Low Value Items during Training for Train Both Greater than Train Low Pairs

Cluster
Region
No. of Voxels in Region
Cluster Size
x
y
z
Peak Z
L frontal pole 202 343 −24 58 −6 3.48 
L frontal medial cortex 36      
L inferior temporal gyrus, posterior division 33 216 −44 −10 −34 3.33 
L middle temporal gyrus, anterior division 27      
L temporal pole 22      
L inferior temporal gyrus, anterior division 19      
L temporal fusiform cortex, posterior division 19      
R inferior temporal gyrus, posterior division 82 155 44 −14 −36 3.57 
R temporal fusiform cortex, posterior division 24      
R inferior temporal gyrus, anterior division 12      
Cluster
Region
No. of Voxels in Region
Cluster Size
x
y
z
Peak Z
L frontal pole 202 343 −24 58 −6 3.48 
L frontal medial cortex 36      
L inferior temporal gyrus, posterior division 33 216 −44 −10 −34 3.33 
L middle temporal gyrus, anterior division 27      
L temporal pole 22      
L inferior temporal gyrus, anterior division 19      
L temporal fusiform cortex, posterior division 19      
R inferior temporal gyrus, posterior division 82 155 44 −14 −36 3.57 
R temporal fusiform cortex, posterior division 24      
R inferior temporal gyrus, anterior division 12      

For each cluster, the list shows all regions from the Harvard–Oxford atlas that contained more than 10 active voxels within that cluster, along with the peak x/y/z location for the cluster in MNI space.

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