Table 3

Significance level and the size of the respective ToM relevant activation cluster (number of voxels) for male and female (person > computer) and male > female (person > computer).

Coordinates


BA

x

Y

z

t-value

No. voxels

Male (person > computer)


R Superior Frontal Gyrus (medial part)

R Anterior Cingulate Cortex

9/32

4

52

38

9.13

113

4

35

2

7.39

4

55

12

6.97

L/R Thalamus

12

-27

1

7.95

96

4

-23

1

6.15

-8

-20

-6

5.94

R Olfactory Cortex

25

4

3

-14

7.41

18

L Cerebellar Cortex

-28

-75

-20

6.34

42

-24

-87

-23

6.03

-36

-79

-23

5.59

L Cerebellar Cortex

-8

-52

-31

5.96

9

R Middle Temporal Gyrus

R Inferior Temporal Gyrus

21

59

-16

-16

5.92

8

R Cerebellar Cortex

44

-71

-17

5.21

6

R Superior Frontal Gyrus

R Supplementary Motor Area

8

4

30

50

5.17

6

R Anterior Cingulate Cortex

32

0

32

21

5.13

7

Female (person > computer)


L/R Superior Frontal Gyrus (medial part)

10/9

12

59

23

10.58

40

16

56

34

5.77

-4

51

20

5.57

R Middle Temporal Gyrus

R Angular Gyrus

40/39

59

-53

21

8.43

21

51

-61

25

4.85

L Cerebellar Cortex

-32

-79

-30

6.86

10

R Posterior Cingulate Cortex

31

-8

-45

35

5.91

15

0

-49

36

5.61

-8

-44

43

4.53


Male > female (person > computer)


R Anterior Cingulate Cortex

L Superior Frontal Gyrus (medial part)

32

8

39

5

5.30

11

L Cerebellar Cortex

-28

-71

-20

4.40

7


Only clusters of at least 6 voxels are shown (FWE p < .05, Monte Carlo corrected for multiple comparisons at p < .0001).

Krach et al. BMC Neuroscience 2009 10:9   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-10-9

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