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Table 1 Distance effect in proportion magnitude comparison for different presentation formats

From: Magnitude processing of symbolic and non-symbolic proportions: an fMRI study

Contrast Brain region MNI (x, y, z) k t
Fractions RH inferior parietal lobule (hIP2) 43 − 42 53 31 5.43
RH inferior parietal lobule (hIP3)a 46 − 45 55   
RH supplementary motor area 8 23 45 101 7.59
LH supplementary motor areaa − 7 18 48   
LH middle frontal gyrus − 47 28 33 176 6.58
LH inferior frontal gyrusa − 40 21 33   
LH middle frontal gyrus − 27 8 50 29 5.92
RH precentral gyrus 36 3 30 23 5.73
LH superior medial gyrus − 7 33 40 11 5.66
RH inferior frontal gyrus 46 31 25 90 6.98
RH superior frontal gyrus 21 21 55 34 5.90
Dot patterns RH superior parietal lobule (hIP3) 33 − 52 60 94 6.05
LH superior parietal lobule − 30 − 57 63 73 6.37
RH superior frontal gyrus 26 3 63 41 6.54
LH anterior cingulate gyrus − 15 26 28 13 5.97
RH calcarine gyrus 12 − 70 18 13 5.27
LH caudate − 20 6 18 12 5.69
LH calcarine gyrus − 17 − 75 10 1953 7.75
LH middle occipital gyrusa − 42 − 80 0   
LH cuneusa − 2 − 75 18   
RH inferior occipital gyrusa 43 − 75 − 8   
Pie charts RH middle occipital gyrus 28 − 75 33 2094 9.69
RH superior occipital gyrusa 26 − 75 38   
RH inferior occipital gyrusa 43 − 75 − 5   
RH inferior temporal gyrusa 46 − 80 − 3   
RH inferior parietal lobule (hIP2)a 41 − 40 48   
RH superior parietal lobule (hIP3)a 28 − 60 60   
LH superior parietal lobule − 22 − 65 63 247 6.62
LH inferior parietal lobule (hIP3)a − 35 − 50 53   
RH middle cingulate cortex 8 16 45 836 11.46
LH middle cingulate cortexa − 5 18 45   
RH precentral gyrus 46 6 28 532 9.32
RH inferior frontal gyrusa 48 28 25   
RH insula 36 21 3 397 8.93
RH inferior frontal gyrusa 33 26 − 5   
LH insula − 32 18 3 204 9.36
LH inferior frontal gyrus − 60 11 25 72 6.41
LH precentral gyrus − 45 1 40 37 5.43
LH inferior occipital gyrus − 42 − 75 − 10 1086 11.79
LH middle occipital gyrusa − 42 − 85 8   
LH superior occipital gyrusa − 25 − 80 25   
LH calcarine gyrus − 15 − 72 10 706 8.68
RH calcarine gyrusa 16 − 67 13   
Decimals RH inferior parietal lobule (hIP2) 48 − 40 45 95 5.96
RH postcentral gyrusa 43 − 32 60   
LH inferior parietal lobule (hIP3) − 37 − 52 58 21 5.41
LH superior parietal lobulea − 30 − 57 63   
LH inferior parietal lobule − 27 − 45 48 12 5.45
LH supramarginal gyrus − 60 − 45 30 24 5.59
LH lingual gyrus − 15 − 55 − 10 468 7.38
LH fusiform gyursa − 37 − 37 − 23   
RH inferior temporal gyrus 51 − 62 − 10 50 5.83
RH fusiform gyrusa 41 − 57 − 13   
LH inferior occipital gyrus − 45 − 75 − 13 344 7.60
LH middle occipital gyrusa − 50 − 75 − 3   
LH middle temporal gyrusa − 52 − 70 13   
LH Superior temporal gyrus − 42 − 35 3 60 7.05
LH middle temporal gyrus − 55 − 55 15 45 5.72
LH superior temporal gyrusa − 57 − 45 15   
RH temporal pole 51 16 − 23 15 5.89
LH middle temporal gyrus − 57 − 37 8 14 5.50
LH precentral gyrus − 40 − 2 40 59 5.81
LH inferior frontal gyrus − 45 28 − 3 47 5.56
LH inferior frontal gyrus − 42 13 15 29 6.66
RH superior frontal gyrus 21 − 15 75 25 6.21
RH precentral gyrus 43 − 17 58 16 5.32
LH Middle frontal gyrus − 45 26 40 16 5.81
LH middle frontal gyrus − 35 21 30 12 5.71
LH posterior insula − 30 − 20 13 28 5.72
LH insula − 35 21 3 10 5.17
LH cuneus − 2 − 77 18 742 7.51
LH calcarine gyrusa − 15 − 72 13   
LH superior occipital gyrusa − 12 − 80 23   
RH lingual gyrus 18 − 47 − 3 43 6.60
LH putamen − 30 − 12 − 8 18 5.71
LH paracentral lobule − 10 − 32 75 13 5.11
  1. Activations were thresholded at a whole-brain FWE-corrected p value of < .05 with a cluster size of k = 10 voxels and reported only when they remained significant following FWE-correction for multiple comparisons at the cluster-level at p < .05 FWE. Cerebellar activations are not reported due to incomplete coverage of the cerebellum depending on individual head size
  2. k cluster size; LH left hemisphere; MNI Montreal Neurological Institute; RH right hemisphere; t t value
  3. aMinor maximum