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Table 3. 

Areas in the Multimodal Network Identified with the Interaction Contrast from the String Run

Number
Area
Side
xyzmm3
Maximum t
Minimum p
R
p of R
OverlapaSingleb
Occipito-temporal areas 
36 V1  −91 −5 3.81 <.05     
37 Middle temporal gyrus −39 −72 18 13 4.2 <.05     
38 Middle temporal gyrus 59 −55 42 4.72 <.05     
39 Inferior temporal gyrus 49 −25 −7 4.25 <.05     
 
Parietal areas 
40 Occipito-parietal area −26 −63 22 123 4.73 <.05    
41 Intraparietal sulcus 31 −69 32 203 4.84 <.05    
42 Inferior parietal 42 −30 31 −4.07 <.05     
 
Postcentral gyrus 
43 Postcentral gyrus −54 −16 34 4.06 <.05     
 
Sylvian fissure 
44 Sylvian fissure 37 −37 28 −3.82 <.05     
 
Superior temporal gyrus 
45 STS −50 −48 160 4.59 <.05    
 
Motor areas 
46 Primary motor area −15 −28 56 −3.86 <.05     
47 Premotor area −21 −8 38 309 6.61 <.001 −.53 .025  
48 Premotor area −46 −1 29 110 4.9 <.05    
49 Premotor area 40 34 327 4.79 <.05 −.45 .059  
50 Premotor area −50 43 171 4.61 <.05     
 
Frontal areas 
51 Middle frontal gyrus 42 20 31 4.08 <.05    
 
Precuneus 
52 Precuneus −11 −58 37 −3.92 <.05     
 
Cingulate gyrus 
53 Cingulate gyrus −10 11 39 105 5.12 <.01   .01 
54 Cingulate gyrus −2 41 39 4.32 <.05   .01 
 
Cerebellum 
55 Cerebellum −2 −59 −19 219 5.69 <.005    
56 Cerebellum −3 −47 −20 564 6.78     
57 Cerebellum 28 −52 −23 4.06 <.05   .07 
58 Cerebellum 39 −49 −23 3.88 <.05   .02 
59 Cerebellum 11 −64 −17 18 3.76 <.05    
Number
Area
Side
xyzmm3
Maximum t
Minimum p
R
p of R
OverlapaSingleb
Occipito-temporal areas 
36 V1  −91 −5 3.81 <.05     
37 Middle temporal gyrus −39 −72 18 13 4.2 <.05     
38 Middle temporal gyrus 59 −55 42 4.72 <.05     
39 Inferior temporal gyrus 49 −25 −7 4.25 <.05     
 
Parietal areas 
40 Occipito-parietal area −26 −63 22 123 4.73 <.05    
41 Intraparietal sulcus 31 −69 32 203 4.84 <.05    
42 Inferior parietal 42 −30 31 −4.07 <.05     
 
Postcentral gyrus 
43 Postcentral gyrus −54 −16 34 4.06 <.05     
 
Sylvian fissure 
44 Sylvian fissure 37 −37 28 −3.82 <.05     
 
Superior temporal gyrus 
45 STS −50 −48 160 4.59 <.05    
 
Motor areas 
46 Primary motor area −15 −28 56 −3.86 <.05     
47 Premotor area −21 −8 38 309 6.61 <.001 −.53 .025  
48 Premotor area −46 −1 29 110 4.9 <.05    
49 Premotor area 40 34 327 4.79 <.05 −.45 .059  
50 Premotor area −50 43 171 4.61 <.05     
 
Frontal areas 
51 Middle frontal gyrus 42 20 31 4.08 <.05    
 
Precuneus 
52 Precuneus −11 −58 37 −3.92 <.05     
 
Cingulate gyrus 
53 Cingulate gyrus −10 11 39 105 5.12 <.01   .01 
54 Cingulate gyrus −2 41 39 4.32 <.05   .01 
 
Cerebellum 
55 Cerebellum −2 −59 −19 219 5.69 <.005    
56 Cerebellum −3 −47 −20 564 6.78     
57 Cerebellum 28 −52 −23 4.06 <.05   .07 
58 Cerebellum 39 −49 −23 3.88 <.05   .02 
59 Cerebellum 11 −64 −17 18 3.76 <.05    

[x y z] shows the Talairach coordinates of the peak of the clusters. The minimum p values are p values after false discovery rate (FDR) corrections. R refers to magnitude of the correlation between neural activity of the areas and individual perceptual threshold, and “p of R” shows the p values of the correlation analyses. p Values are shown only when significant or marginally significant (p ≤ .06).

ay indicates areas overlapped with the areas identified in the single run.

bSignificant (or marginally significant, p ≤ .07) interaction contrast using the data from the single run in these areas.

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