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Table 1. 
Summary of Brain Areas Presenting Hemodynamic Changes due to the Different Conditions: Tracking > Passive Viewing (Tracking), Load 4 > Load 2 (Load), and Close > Far Encounters
 TrackingLoadLevel of Close Encounters
Frontal 
Supplementary motor area   
Precentral gyrus   
Middle frontal gyrus (including frontal eye fields)   +(L) 
Middle frontal gyrus +(R) +(R) 
Inferior frontal gyrus   +(L)   
Medial frontal gyrus     
Frontal medial orbital   − − 
Anterior insula     
Posterior insula −     
  
Parietal 
Superior parietal lobule     
Inferior parietal lobule 
Middle/posterior cingulate cortex − −   
  
Temporal/Occipitial 
Fusiform   
Middle/superior temporal gyrus − −   
Precuneus     
Inferior occpitial gyrus     
Middle occpitial gyrus   
Lingual gyrus     
Calcarine − −   
  
Subcortical 
Thalamus (pulvinar)     
Midbrain     
Hippocampus   − − 
 TrackingLoadLevel of Close Encounters
Frontal 
Supplementary motor area   
Precentral gyrus   
Middle frontal gyrus (including frontal eye fields)   +(L) 
Middle frontal gyrus +(R) +(R) 
Inferior frontal gyrus   +(L)   
Medial frontal gyrus     
Frontal medial orbital   − − 
Anterior insula     
Posterior insula −     
  
Parietal 
Superior parietal lobule     
Inferior parietal lobule 
Middle/posterior cingulate cortex − −   
  
Temporal/Occipitial 
Fusiform   
Middle/superior temporal gyrus − −   
Precuneus     
Inferior occpitial gyrus     
Middle occpitial gyrus   
Lingual gyrus     
Calcarine − −   
  
Subcortical 
Thalamus (pulvinar)     
Midbrain     
Hippocampus   − − 

Positive activations are marked with a plus sign (+), and negative activations are marked with a minus sign (−). If activations were lateralized, they are indicated as L = left or R = right. For precise coordinates, please refer to Tables 2 and 3.

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