Table 1

Correlation analyses of rCGM and covariates of CV
Intensity of body tilt
Area R/L BA X Y Z T-value Cluster
LPi/Cu R 40/39 32 −60 40 4.88 323
LPi R 40 52 −34 22 4.29 311
LPi L 40 −38 −58 40 3.58 42
GFm R 8 42 32 42 3.38 50
GFm R 6 26 −2 56 3.36 28
GFi R 44/9 54 6 32 4.52 111
GFd/limbic lobe R 6/8/32 12 14 44 4.12 117
GO/Cu R 18/19 14 −78 24 3.98 168
Cerbellar vermis (Culmen) L - −8 −38 −10 3.97 79
Amount of head tilt
Area R/L BA X Y Z T-value Cluster
Thalamus/putamen/midbrain/subcallosal gyrus R 34 26 6 −12 4.58 607
Thalamus/midbrain L - −14 −14 0 3.63 104
GFi/m L 25 −12 20 −16 4.46 102
GTm/GTi R 21/20 50 −2 −28 3.99 84
GF L 18 −14 −90 −16 3.76 153
Duration of perceived vection
Area R/L BA X Y Z T-value Cluster
GTs R 38 34 0 −12 4.65 815
GTs L 38 −46 10 −30 4.11 475
GTm R 21 42 −4 −26 4.46 43
GFm L −12 24 −12 4.40 58
GFm/s R 10 24 40 14 3.41 15
Parahippocampal gyrus L - −30 −2 −12 4.05 107
GOm L (19) −30 −72 14 3.35 13

Areas showing positive correlations between rCGM and the different covariates of CV thresholded at p ≤ 0.005 uncorrected. For additional information, areas that are significant also at p ≤ 0.001 uncorrected are given in italics.

Abbreviations: Cu = cuneus; GF = fusiform gyrus, GFd = diagonal frontal gyrus, GFi = inferior frontal guys, GFm = middle frontal gyrus, GO = occipital gyrus, GOs = superior occipital gyrus, GTi = inferior temporal gyrus, GTm = middle temporal gyrus, GTs = superior temporal gyrus, LPi = inferior parietal lobule, LPs = superior parietal lobule.

Becker-Bense et al.

Becker-Bense et al. BMC Neuroscience 2012 13:81   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-81

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