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Table 2. 

Main Effect of Endogenous and Exogenous Reorienting


x
y
z
Cluster Size
p Corrected
Z score
Main Effect of Endogenous Reorienting: Invalid vs. Valid Trials 
R SFG 16 64 500 <.001 4.42 
R IFG 48 22 34 1414 <.001 5.04 
R TPJa 58 −52 36 938 <.001 5.06 
 
Main Effect of Exogenous Reorienting: Invalid vs. Valid Trials 
L SPGa −32 −50 68 100 .035 4.18 

x
y
z
Cluster Size
p Corrected
Z score
Main Effect of Endogenous Reorienting: Invalid vs. Valid Trials 
R SFG 16 64 500 <.001 4.42 
R IFG 48 22 34 1414 <.001 5.04 
R TPJa 58 −52 36 938 <.001 5.06 
 
Main Effect of Exogenous Reorienting: Invalid vs. Valid Trials 
L SPGa −32 −50 68 100 .035 4.18 

Anatomical locations, peak coordinates in MNI space, and statistical values for the main effect of endogenous reorienting (invalid minus valid trials, irrespective of sound position/validity); and for the main effect of exogenous reorienting (invalid minus valid trials, irrespective of endogenous in-/validity). p values are corrected for multiple comparisons at the cluster level, considering the whole brain as the volume of interest. R SFG = right superior frontal gyrus; R IFG = right inferior frontal gyrus; R TPJ = right temporo-parietal junction; L SPG = left superior parietal gyrus.

aROI analyses revealed in these regions significant interactions between endogenous and exogenous signals (see Results section for more details), indicating that multisensory signals can interact to jointly control the distribution of attention in space.

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