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Table 2 One-sample t-test, group-level, functional connectivity analysis (n = 33). Peaks of components of the ventral attentional 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
R Temporo−parietal junction 368 10.45 64 − 45 22
R Middle temporal gyrus 8.09 57 − 37 − 2
R Middle temporal gyrus 7.3 49 − 30 − 10
R Middle temporal gyrus 6.76 49 − 7 − 22
L Middle temporal gyrus 85 7.45 − 59 − 52 6
L Temporo−parietal junction 7.37 − 59 − 45 22
R IFG (p. Triangularis) 60 8.36 53 31 6
R IFG (p. Triangularis) 7.51 49 27 − 2
R IFG (p. Triangularis) 6.16 42 19 22
L Cerebellum (Crus 2) 50 8.73 − 18 − 78 − 34
L Cerebellum (Crus 2) 8.72 − 18 − 78 − 42
R Middle frontal gyrus 30 7.56 46 1 54
R Precentral gyrus 6.62 46 8 46
L Precuneus 19 7.08 1 − 48 46
R PreSMA 15 7.59 12 12 70
  1. k cluster extent in voxel number, t32 t-value for 32 degrees of freedom, x, y, z coordinates in MNI space, IFG inferior frontal gyrus, SMA supplementary motor area