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Table 6 Quantitative reverse inference of the surviving clusters using Neurosynth

From: Cortical morphological markers in children with autism: a structural magnetic resonance imaging study of thickness, area, volume, and gyrification

Measure Top 10 Neurosynth-decoded feature terms
Clusters of significant age-by-diagnosis interaction effects
 Thickness Spatial (0.11), working memory (0.10), visuospatial (0.10), attentional (0.09), biological (0.08), motion (0.08), attention (0.07), action observation (0.07), moving (0.07), location (0.06)
 Volume Biological (0.15), motion (0.15), spatial (0.12), location (0.12), orienting (0.11), moving (0.11), visuospatial (0.11), perception (0.10), facial expression (0.09), gaze (0.09)
 Gyrification Pitch (0.09), working memory (0.09), production (0.08), sound (0.07), tone (0.07), vocal (0.07), executive function (0.07), speech production (0.07), audiovisual (0.07), noises (0.06)
Clusters of significant between-group differences (independent of age)
 Gyrification Navigation (0.08), autobiographical memory (0.08), episodic (0.08), motion (0.07), memories (0.06), relational (0.06), semantic memory (0.06), self-referential (0.04), interpersonal (0.04), mental states (0.04)
Clusters of significant age-by-SRS total raw score interaction effects within ASD
 Gyrification Hand (0.22), finger (0.22), grasping (0.22), movements (0.18), execution (0.17), action (0.15), motion imagery (0.10), reaching (0.10), touch (0.08), action observation (0.07)
  1. The numbers within the parentheses are correlation coefficients between the surviving clusters and the meta-analysis maps of the feature terms in Neurosynth