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Table 3 Areas of peak activation for unusual versus ordinary and ordinary versus unusual contrasts

From: The role of mirroring and mentalizing networks in mediating action intentions in autism

    Volume Peak coordinates Peak
Contrast and group Region Hemisphere (number of voxels) X Y Z t
Unusual versus ordinary        
TD Inferior parietal lobule Left 2,110 -45 -45 42 9.0
  Superior occipital gyrus Right 1,239 30 -75 18 7.0
  Precentral gyrus Left 1,015 -45 3 18 5.7
  Angular gyrus Right 385 27 -63 45 7.3
  Caudate Left 284 -9 9 6 4.5
ASD Inferior temporal gyrus Left 2,608 -45 -60 -6 6.7
  Postcentral gyrus Left 2,525 -51 -3 39 6.3
  Middle occipital gyrus Right 1,912 36 -75 12 5.9
  Inferior frontal gyrus Right 801 33 30 -6 5.3
Ordinary versus unusual        
TD Calcarine gyrus Right 1,416 3 -60 12 -6.2
  Postcentral gyrus Left 391 -45 -21 48 -5.2
  Middle temporal gyrus Left 303 -45 -39 0 -5.1
  Angular gyrus Right 216 45 -69 36 -4.1
  Superior frontal gyrus Right 197 24 63 9 -4.0
  Middle frontal gyrus Right 168 27 24 36 -5.7
  Superior temporal gyrus Right 159 39 -27 0 -4.6
  Middle frontal gyrus Left 137 -30 30 33 -4.0
ASD Calcarine gyrus Right 1,855 12 -78 15 -5.3
  Thalamus Right 405 6 -27 12 -4.6
  Postcentral gyrus Right 175 39 -27 51 -5.2
Group differences        
ASD > TD Middle orbital gyrus Right 273 48 54 -9 -4.0
  Precentral gyrus Right 258 51 9 42 -4.9
  Postcentral gyrus Left 246 -39 -30 60 -4.5
  Inferior parietal lobule Right 154 45 -48 54 -4.2
  1. Abbreviations: TD typically developing, ASD autism spectrum disorder.