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Table 4. 

Activation Peaks and Linear Relationships with Behavioral Data for Activation in the Hippocampal Formation (CA, EC, FD, SUB, and HATA) Based on the Multiple Regression Analyses with Hit Rate and Discrimination Performance (d′)

Condition
Anatomical Region
Hemisphere
Prob.
Coordinates
t
No. Voxels
Beta Coefficients For
x
y
z
Hits
Hits > FA
d′
MG: Hits SUB 60% 20 −12 −16 3.02 20 .624* .403 .373 
EC 100% −16 −9 −23 3.41 25 .240 .365 .359 
CA 80% −36 −24 −12 2.99 17 .114 .601* .620* 
MG: d′ EC 90% 20 −9 −20 5.13 29 .466 .353 .327 
EC 90% −16 −9 −23 4.16 59 .272 .362 .356 
 EC 100% −20 −5 −27 3.66  .144 .412 .417 
 CA 80% −36 −24 −12 2.38  .229 .580* .615* 
FG: Hits CA 40% 40 −20 −12 3.95 11 .013 .165 .280 
EC 50% 28 −30 2.91 .038 .143 .246 
SUB 30% −12 −35 −2 3.53 29 .170 .494 .559 
SUB/EC 70/60% −16 −13 −20 3.50 20 .295 .517 .545 
FG: d′ EC 70% −16 −13 −20 2.88 15 .271 .415 .461 
SUB 50% −16 −39 2.82 17 .371 .532 .483 
EC 40% 24 −20 2.59 12 .394 .360 .305 
NG: Hits EC 100% −28 −13 −30 2.49 19 .109 −.021 .463 
Condition
Anatomical Region
Hemisphere
Prob.
Coordinates
t
No. Voxels
Beta Coefficients For
x
y
z
Hits
Hits > FA
d′
MG: Hits SUB 60% 20 −12 −16 3.02 20 .624* .403 .373 
EC 100% −16 −9 −23 3.41 25 .240 .365 .359 
CA 80% −36 −24 −12 2.99 17 .114 .601* .620* 
MG: d′ EC 90% 20 −9 −20 5.13 29 .466 .353 .327 
EC 90% −16 −9 −23 4.16 59 .272 .362 .356 
 EC 100% −20 −5 −27 3.66  .144 .412 .417 
 CA 80% −36 −24 −12 2.38  .229 .580* .615* 
FG: Hits CA 40% 40 −20 −12 3.95 11 .013 .165 .280 
EC 50% 28 −30 2.91 .038 .143 .246 
SUB 30% −12 −35 −2 3.53 29 .170 .494 .559 
SUB/EC 70/60% −16 −13 −20 3.50 20 .295 .517 .545 
FG: d′ EC 70% −16 −13 −20 2.88 15 .271 .415 .461 
SUB 50% −16 −39 2.82 17 .371 .532 .483 
EC 40% 24 −20 2.59 12 .394 .360 .305 
NG: Hits EC 100% −28 −13 −30 2.49 19 .109 −.021 .463 

Significance level (t value) and size of the respective activation cluster (number of voxels) in the ROI of the hippocampus at p < .01, corrected for whole-brain analysis. The ROIs includes all hippocampal regions (CA, EC, SUB, FD, HATA) of the probability maps defined by Amunts et al. (2005) and the percentages in column “Prob.” refer to the precise probability of the location (anatomical region) of the activation peaks. Coordinates are listed in Talairach and Tournoux (1988) atlas space. Significant beta values (*p < .05) from regression analyses of extracted activation patterns (VOI function and 8 mm sphere) and hit and d′ rate.

CA = cornu amonis; EC = entorhinal cortex; SUB = subiculum.

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