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Table 1 Vision vs. null events

From: Hemodynamic responses in human multisensory and auditory association cortex to purely visual stimulation

Vision > Silent Control Left hemisphere Right hemisphere
Location k T value x y z k T value x y z
CLS/LG/Cun 511 4.93 0 -93 3 - - - - -
MTG/MOG 36 4.96 -54 -69 3 - - - - -
SMG/PPa a 162 4.47 -60 -21 27 - 4.69 63 -36 27
STG/PT a,b - - - - - - 4.46 63 -36 15
STS c - - - - - 263 5.17 60 -42 -3
Ins/TP 197 4.46 -42 15 -6 184 4.67 57 9 -6
Ins - - - - - d 4.23 40 24 -12
IFG(op) - - - - - 28 4.52 60 15 12
Put 24 4.13 -24 12 -9 - - - - -
Tha 10 3.90 -3 -12 9 - - - - -
  1. aThis cluster cannot be distinctively separated by the cluster in the right STG. Thus this cluster has a local maximum, but no distinct extension.
  2. bAccording to the probability atlas by Westbury et al. [70] the local maximum of this cluster is situated in the PT with a 5–25% probability.
  3. cAccording to the probability atlas by Westbury et al. [70] the local maximum of this cluster is situated outside the PT.
  4. dThis cluster cannot be distinctively separated by the cluster in the adjacent TP. Thus this cluster has a local maximum, but no distinct extension.
  5. Local response maxima of significant clusters (random-effects analysis, p ≤ 0.001 uncorrected for multiple comparisons; k ≥ 10). Localization of clusters correspond to position of local maximal activations indicated by the T value in normalized space of the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) standard brain [67] for a particular anatomical structure. Distances are relative to the intercommissural (AC-PC) line in the horizontal (x), anterior-posterior (y) and vertical (z) directions. We used the "Automatic anatomical labelling" tool [71,72] available for implementation in SPM99 [66]. Anatomical abbreviations are defined as follows: IFG(op) = inferior frontal gyrus (opercular part), IFG(tr) = inferior frontal gyrus (triangular part), HG = Heschl's gyrus, STG = superior temporal gyrus, STS = superior temporal sulcus, PT = planum temporale, PPa = planum parietale, MTG = middle temporal gyrus, SMG = supramarginal gyrus, TP = temporal pole, MOG = middle occipital gyrus, LG = lingual gyrus, CLS = calcarine sulcus, Cun = Cuneus, PCun = Precuneus, Ins = Insula, Tha = Thalamus, IC = inferior colliculus.