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Table 2. 

Activity following Crash and No-crash Outcomes

ContrastAnatomical Regionxyzkt
C > NC Bilateral lingual gyrus −84 785 8.80 
R superior temporal gyrus 54 −18 211 6.64 
L superior temporal gyrus −51 −18 85 4.91 
NC > C R thalamus 24 −18 12 1411 7.52 
L putamen −24 −9 18 763 6.53 
L angular gyrus −30 −54 39 107 5.36 
R middle frontal gyrus 42 27 30 46 4.98 
L cerebellum −12 −66 −39 48 4.93 
R posterior cingulate 30 −66 15 34 4.67 
White matter −36 −45 35 5.18 
ContrastAnatomical Regionxyzkt
C > NC Bilateral lingual gyrus −84 785 8.80 
R superior temporal gyrus 54 −18 211 6.64 
L superior temporal gyrus −51 −18 85 4.91 
NC > C R thalamus 24 −18 12 1411 7.52 
L putamen −24 −9 18 763 6.53 
L angular gyrus −30 −54 39 107 5.36 
R middle frontal gyrus 42 27 30 46 4.98 
L cerebellum −12 −66 −39 48 4.93 
R posterior cingulate 30 −66 15 34 4.67 
White matter −36 −45 35 5.18 

Coordinates for x, y, and z refer to the left–right, anterior–posterior, and inferior–posterior coordinates in MNI space, and k represents cluster size. Voxelwise threshold: p = .001; cluster size: k > 29 contiguous voxels; L and R refer to left and right; C and NC represent Crash and No-Crash conditions.

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