Pain and aversion networks in humans. Results of meta-analysis for human pain-related (left) and aversion-related (right) studies. Pain-related (left) activations (see Additional file 1: Table S1A for related coordinates): Red represents peak voxels in a local neighbourhood, blue represents significant extended clusters. Aversion-related (right) activations (see Additional file 1: Table S1B for related coordinates): Red represents peak voxels in a local neighbourhood, yellow represents significant extended clusters. All results are family-wise error rate whole-brain corrected at p < 0.05. Numbers below each axial section represent the Z coordinates. The anatomical reference space is MNI 152 (i.e. the average of 152 healthy MRI brain scans). The aversion network was previously reported by  and is reprinted here with permission from Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience.