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Fig. 3 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 3

From: Visual food stimulus changes resting oscillatory brain activities related to appetitive motive

Fig. 3

Localization and intensity of the decrease of γ-band power during the eye-closed session after the cessation of the visual stimulation session, relative to the band power before the start of the visual stimulation session in the insula (BA13) (a) (random effect analyses of 15 participants, P < 0.05, corrected for multiple comparisons at voxel level) and association of the power decrease with the feeling of pleasure in eating food in daily life (b). a The results are superimposed on high-resolution MRIs averaged across all the participants. Sagittal (upper left), coronal (upper right), and axial (lower left) sections are shown. The color bar indicates T values. b Linear regression line, Pearson’s correlation coefficient (r), and P value are shown. BA Brodmann’s area, R right, L left

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