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Table 2. 

Brain Regions Demonstrating Greater Food-cue-related Activity (Food versus Nature Scenes) across Both Negative and Neutral Mood Induction Groups

Brain RegionSide
BA
t
Coordinates of Peak Activation
x
y
z
OFC 11 5.50 −27 36 −12 
Dorsolateral pFC 46 5.94 −54 36 18 
Dorsolateral pFC 46 5.57 48 39 12 
Fusiform gyrus 18 5.78 −54 −45 −21 
Fusiform gyrus 37 4.80 51 −57 −15 
Superior parietal lobule 4.05 30 −72 33 
Inferior occipital gyrus 19 4.34 −39 −72 −9 
Middle occipital gyrus 18 5.43 42 −90 −3 
Inferior occipital gyrus 19 4.34 −39 −72 −9 
Calcarine sulcus 18 6.47 −12 −99 −12 
Brain RegionSide
BA
t
Coordinates of Peak Activation
x
y
z
OFC 11 5.50 −27 36 −12 
Dorsolateral pFC 46 5.94 −54 36 18 
Dorsolateral pFC 46 5.57 48 39 12 
Fusiform gyrus 18 5.78 −54 −45 −21 
Fusiform gyrus 37 4.80 51 −57 −15 
Superior parietal lobule 4.05 30 −72 33 
Inferior occipital gyrus 19 4.34 −39 −72 −9 
Middle occipital gyrus 18 5.43 42 −90 −3 
Inferior occipital gyrus 19 4.34 −39 −72 −9 
Calcarine sulcus 18 6.47 −12 −99 −12 

Regions showing greater activity to food versus nature scenes across both negative and neutral mood groups (p < .05, corrected) are listed along with the best estimate of their location. Coordinates are in MNI stereotaxic space. BA = approximate Brodmann's area.

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