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Table 4 Regional activation for contrasts between encoding conditions.

From: Occipitoparietal contributions to recognition memory: stimulus encoding prompted by verbal instructions and operant contingencies

      Peak  
Contrast and Region   X Y Z t BA
GO > Instructed
Left Insula -42 -19 5 5.28 13
  Claustrum -34 -15 6 4.38  
Right Insula 32 -24 21 6.91  
  Cingulate 8 -10 36 4.88  
  Superior Temporal Gyrus 48 -42 15 4.51  
  Precuneus 22 -51 30 4.13  
GO > NO-GO
Right Precuneus 20 -57 32 3.75  
NO-GO > Instructed
Left Precentral Gyrus -44 -6 26 3.49  
  Parahippocampus -22 -17 -23 4.5  
  Insula -28 -32 18 5.6  
  Supramarginal Gyrus -44 -49 30 4.34  
Right Superior Frontal Gyrus 10 56 32 4.07 9
  Medial Frontal Gyrus 10 48 34 3.32  
  Cingulate 8 -41 33 5.59  
  Parahippocampus 38 -43 -6 3.41  
  Fusiform Gyrus 34 -41 -13 4.58  
  Supramarginal Gyrus 46 -53 27 3.46  
NO-GO > GO
Left Middle Frontal Gyrus -46 12 38 4.22 8
  Precentral Gyrus -42 17 34 3.56 9
  Cingulate -8 12 38 3.92  
  Posterior Cingulate -4 -38 24 3.24 23
  Thalamus: Lat Post Nuc. -20 -21 14 4.51  
  Insula -32 -28 16 3.70 13
  Inferior Temporal Gyrus -48 -66 -2 5.54  
  Fusiform Gyrus -44 -49 -16 3.94  
  Precuneus -12 -48 47 4.51 7
Right Medial Frontal Gyrus 8 29 43 6.48 8
  Middle Frontal Gyrus 26 16 42 6.83  
  Precentral Gyrus 48 1 26 5.10 6
  Superior Frontal Gyrus 24 48 23 4.71  
  Thalamus: Lat Post Nuc. 20 -19 16 5.26  
  Cingulate 14 9 35 6.20 32
  Fusiform Gyrus 50 -45 -15 4.28 37
  Supramarginal Gyrus 46 -37 33 5.39  
  Angular Gyrus 40 -55 34 4.55  
  Inferior Parietal Lobule 42 -52 43 4.50 40
  Precuneus 8 -62 38 4.01 7
  Postcentral Gyrus 40 -29 51 3.56