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Table 1 One-sample t-test, group-level, functional connectivity analysis (n = 33). Peaks of components of the language network at rest as identified by spatial independent component analysis

From: Overt speech critically changes lateralization index and did not allow determination of hemispheric dominance for language: an fMRI study

  k t32 x y z
L IFG (p. Orbitalis) 850 12.88 − 47 28 − 16
L Middle temporal gyrus 11.23 − 59 − 36 − 4
L Medial temporal pole 10.17 − 44 20 − 32
L Middle temporal gyrus 10.15 − 55 − 25 − 16
L Angular gyrus 9.94 − 44 − 55 23
L Middle frontal gyrus 9.55 − 40 8 52
L Inferior temporal gyrus 7.48 − 52 1 − 40
L Inferior temporal gyrus 6.55 − 52 − 10 − 32
L Middle frontal gyrus 6.41 − 47 20 36
L IFG (p. Opercularis) 6.39 − 44 16 32
L PreSMA 211 9.93 − 6 23 59
L PreSMA 9.14 − 6 12 67
L Superior frontal gyrus 7.76 − 13 57 36
L Superior medial gyrus 7.52 − 10 50 27
L Superior medial gyrus 7.46 − 6 49 39
L ACC 6.27 − 6 50 11
L Middle frontal gyrus 6.03 − 28 50 24
R Cerebellum (Crus 2) 124 9.27 23 − 82 − 41
R Cerebellum (Crus 1) 8.73 23 − 74 − 33
R Temporal pole 56 7.5 50 27 − 21
R Temporal pole 7.38 46 19 − 25
R Inferior temporal gyrus 22 7.01 50 8 − 45
L Caudate nucleus 17 7.92 − 10 5 11
L Thalamus 8 8.11 − 3 − 25 − 1
L Superior parietal lobule 5 6.01 − 33 − 63 47
  1. k cluster extent in voxel number, t32 t-value for 32 degrees of freedom, x, y, z coordinates in MNI space, ACC anterior cingulate cortex, IFG inferior frontal gyrus, SMA supplementary motor area