Table 2

Analysis of the picture perception period
Brodmann area Mean X Mean Y Mean Z Cluster size mm3 t-max
Insula/inferior frontal gyrus R 13/47 -36 12 0 833 4.1
Insula/inferior frontal gyrus L 13/47 -36 12 0 833 4.1
Anterior cingulate cortex R (Figure 3A, 2 C) 24/32 2 20 23 5968 5.3
Superior parietal gyrus R 7 25 -61 43 3891 4.6
Inferior parietal lobule R (Figure 3B, 2D) 40/1/2/3 56 -28 35 938 4.0
Temporo-occipital junction R 19/20/37 45 -56 -7 6462 6.4
Occipital cortex R (Figure 3C) 17/18 10 -85 16 490 -3.9

Given are brain regions resulting from the contrast (perc-self > perc-known) & (perc-self > perc-unknown) with activity significantly larger during self-perception and lower than in the known and the unknown condition (random effects analysis, p > 0.005, p < 0.01 Monte Carlo simulation corrected). Clusters with merely deactivations in all conditions in the presentation period were not considered (e.g. bilateral superior/middle temporal gyrus). Abbreviations: R right, L left, med medial. Reported are the mean Talairach coordinates of the respective clusters.

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Herwig et al. BMC Neuroscience 2012 13:52   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-52

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