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Table 3. 

Main Effect of Target Side


x
y
z
Cluster Size
p Corrected
Z score
Target Left Minus Target Right 
R Cuneus/AntCalS 16 −74 24 5898 <.001 >8 
R middle Occ G 48 −74    
R Lingual G 22 −60 −10    
R Precuneusa −48 54 137 <.001 6.24 
 
Target Right Minus Target Left 
L Cuneus/AntCalSa −8 −78 24 5885 <.001 >8 
L middle Occ Ga −46 −82    
L Lingual Ga −20 −60 −10    
L IPL −30 −50 56 35 .002 5.34 

x
y
z
Cluster Size
p Corrected
Z score
Target Left Minus Target Right 
R Cuneus/AntCalS 16 −74 24 5898 <.001 >8 
R middle Occ G 48 −74    
R Lingual G 22 −60 −10    
R Precuneusa −48 54 137 <.001 6.24 
 
Target Right Minus Target Left 
L Cuneus/AntCalSa −8 −78 24 5885 <.001 >8 
L middle Occ Ga −46 −82    
L Lingual Ga −20 −60 −10    
L IPL −30 −50 56 35 .002 5.34 

Anatomical locations, peak coordinates in MNI space, and statistical values for the main effects of the target side (left minus right, and right minus left; irrespective of the cueing condition), considering the whole brain as the volume of interest. p values are corrected for multiple comparisons at the voxel level, considering the whole brain as the volume of interest. L/R Cuneus = left/right cuneus; L/R AntCalS = left/right anterior calcarine sulcus; L/R middle Occ G = left/right middle occipital gyrus; L/R Lingual G = left/right lingual gyrus; R Precuneus = right precuneus; L IPL = left inferior parietal lobule.

aROI analyses revealed interactions between endogenous and exogenous signals in these regions (see Results section for further details), suggesting that multisensory (audiovisual) attentional control operates (at least in part) by biasing processing in visual sensory cortex in favor of target stimuli at the expected location.

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