Table 3

Regions with significant activation during phonematic verbal fluency tasks
Cluster Anatomic label Volume (mm3) BA x y z ALE 10-3 N studies (foci)
1. Left frontal lobe. Inferior/middle frontal gyrus 16856 9 -50 12 24 35.23 23 (56)
45 -48 28 14 25.32
44 -52 12 0 22.47
Left insula 9 -42 8 36 21.18
6 -54 2 46 15.99
13 -44 18 6 21.44
2. Left limbic lobe. Anterior cingulate gyrus 10744 32 -2 14 48 27.02 17 (34)
-2 26 36 15.59
Right limbic lobe. Anterior cingulate gyrus 24 -6 28 22 15.29
32 4 32 34 17.63
6 22 28 12.54
3. Right insula 1304 13 38 26 -10 14.48 5 (6)
44 16 -12 13.98
Right frontal lobe. Inferior frontal gyrus 47 52 18 -6 10.63
44 50 20 2 8.92
4. Left thalamus 960 0 -22 14 15.51 5 (5)
-2 -18 6 12.29
5. Right cerebellum. Anterior lobe 576 36 -60 -32 13.67 4 (4)
6. Left parietal lobe. Precuneus 552 7 -24 -54 62 15.36 3 (3)
7. Right claustrum 520 30 22 -2 13.20 3 (4)
Right caudate head 22 24 -4 9.71
8. Left putamen 384 -16 6 6 12.00 3 (3)

N: number of studies reporting at least one activation peak; Coodinates: MNI Space; mm3: cubic millimeter; BA: Brodman Area.

Wagner et al.

Wagner et al. BMC Neuroscience 2014 15:19   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-15-19

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