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Table 2 Coordinates of the whole-head covariance analysis

From: Ultra-fast speech comprehension in blind subjects engages primary visual cortex, fusiform gyrus, and pulvinar – a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study

Anatomical region Side Cluster size (voxel) MNI coordinates T value
    x y z  
Cuneus, BA17 / 18 Right 368 15 -102 6 7.61
Cerebellum Crus2 Right   21 -78 -39 6.11
Inferior frontal gyrus, pars triangularis, BA44 / 45 Left 162 -48 18 18 6.15
Fusiform gyrus Left 159 -42 -51 -21 6.07
Supplementary motor area Left 112 -6 9 60 5.42
Posterior middle temporal gyrus / superior temporal sulcus Left 216 -57 -48 6 5.20
Anterior middle temporal gyrus / superior temporal sulcus Left 54 -51 -12 -15 5.18
Posterior middle temporal gyrus / superior temporal sulcus Right 49 57 -36 6 4.84
Precentral gyrus Left 51 -42 0 36 4.60
Pulvinar Left 35 -18 -30 3 4.69
Pulvinar Right 23 18 -30 6 5.45
  1. Hemodynamic effects of ultra-fast speech comprehension capabilities as a covariate of the SPM T-contrast (ultra-fast versus baseline). Responses exceeding a threshold of p < .0005 (uncorrected) at a voxel level and a threshold of p< .05 (corrected) at a cluster level, comprising an extent threshold of k = 46 (contiguous voxels), are included – in addition, hemodynamic activation of left- and right-hemispheric pulvinar regions, though non-significant at the level of the corrected threshold of k = 46. Abbreviations: BA, Brodman area; MNI, Montreal Neuroscience Institute template; T, height threshold.