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Table 3 Differences in blood oxygenated level dependent (BOLD) response between the two groups during the sustained attention, selective attention and divided attention tasks

From: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of attention processes in presumed obligate carriers of schizophrenia: preliminary findings

  Max z-score TLRC co-ordinates BA
Sustained attention:    
HP > POC    
R inferior parietal lobe 3.8 [42 -58 48] 7
R subcallosal gyrus 3.7 [16 20 -13] 11
R superior parietal lobe 3.6 [30 -64 54] 7
R mid-occipital gyrus 3.3 [38 -92 -4] 18
R mid-occipital gyrus 3.2 [28 -96 1] 18
R mid-temporal gyrus 3.2 [48 -20 -12] 21
R posterior cingulate gyrus 3.1 [26 -64 12] 31
R superior frontal gyrus 3.0 [18 62 1] 10
R lingual gyrus 3.0 [32 -60 -5] 19
R parahippocampal gyrus/entorhinal cortex 2.9 [24 -10 -30] 28
L ventral striatum 2.9 [-17 11 -9] -
L cuneus 2.9 [-24 -78 12] 18
R precentral gyrus 2.4 [50 -8 22] 43
R precentral gyrus 2.8 [34 22 38] 9
R lingual gyrus 2.8 [4 -94 -5] 18
POC > HP    
L superior temporal gyrus 3.5 [-64 -52 8] 21
L superior frontal gyrus 2.9 [-22 56 31] 9
R mid-temporal gyrus 2.8 [54 -74 18] 19
Selective attention:    
HP > POC    
R cingulate gyrus 4.2 [24 -46 38] 31
R cuneus 4.1 [26 -88 8] 18
R parahippocampal gyrus 3.7 [38 -48 -9] 19
R precuneus 3.3 [14 -70 36] 7
R mid-frontal gyrus 3.3 [36 56 1] 10
R insula 3.0 [40 -4 -5] 13
R fusiform gyrus 3.0 [34 -72 -20] 19
R caudate 3.0 [14 6 20] -
L insula 3.0 [-44 -10 0] 13
R globus pallidus 2.9 [22 -14 -2] -
R inferior frontal gyrus 2.9 [40 18 -12] 47
POC > HP    
R mid-temporal gyrus 4.3 [72 -28 -4] 21
L mid-temporal gyrus 4.2 [-46 -72 20] 39
R mid-temporal gyrus 3.7 [70 -42 0] 21
L mid-frontal gyrus 3.5 [-18 66 26] 10
L superior frontal gyrus 3.4 [-24 42 34] 10
L supramarginal gyrus 3.0 [-56 -42 36] 40
R parahippocampal gyrus 3.0 [30 -24 -18] 36
R mid-temporal gyrus 3.0 [56 0 -34] 21
L mid-frontal gyrus 3.0 [-54 28 30] 9
Dual attention:    
HP > POC    
L inferior frontal gyrus 4.0 [-24 14 -22] 47
L mid-temporal gyrus 3.8 [-40 -44 1] 19
L inferior parietal lobe 3.8 [-32 -40 26] 13
L medial frontal gyrus 3.6 [-6 40 44] 8
L superior temporal gyrus 3.6 [-46 20 -28] 38
R medial frontal gyrus 3.7 [10 32 46] 8
R inferior frontal gyrus 3.3 [54 42 12] 46
R mid-occipital gyrus 3.3 [30 -72 4] 18
L parahippocampal gyrus 3.2 [-20 -10 -23] 35
R hypothalamus 3.1 [8 -6 -9] -
R precuneus 3.1 [24 -50 44] 7
L cingulate gyrus 3.0 [-22 -22 40] 24
L parahippocampal gyrus 2.8 [-22 -34 -9] 30
R mid-frontal gyrus 2.8 [42 62 -4] 10
POC > HP    
R mid-temporal gyrus 3.3 [58 -68 18] 39
L superior temporal gyrus 3.1 [-40 -6 -12] 21
L culmen 3.0 [-20 -40 -22] -
  1. Foci of significantly greater activation during the attention tasks when the groups were compared (only peaks with z > 2.8 reported here). Localisation, Tailarach co-ordinates (TLRC) and corresponding Brodmann areas (BA) represents the voxel with the maximum z-score; HP, healthy participants; L, left; POCs, presumed obligate carriers; R, right.