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Table 2 Grand average MNI coordinates of the maximal auditory steady-state response (ASSR) and sustained field (SF) sources

From: Left hemispheric deficit in the sustained neuromagnetic response to periodic click trains in children with ASD

Group (N left/N right) Left hemisphere mean and (SD) Right hemisphere mean and (SD)
X (lateral–medial) Y (posterior–anterior) Z (superior–inferior) X (medial–lateral) Y (posterior–anterior) Z (superior–inferior)
ASSR
NT adults (10/10) − 48.7 (6.9) − 27.4 (8.6) 9.7 (6.5) 51.4 (7.8) − 25.2 (7.7) 10.1 (5.5)
NT children (31/33) − 45.5 (6.0) − 28.5 (8.8) 11.0 (6.8) 50.2 (6.0) − 25.3 (6.6) 11.1 (4.3)
ASD children (30/32) − 47.8 (8.0) − 25.0 (9.4) 9.0 (6.8) 51.0 (8.4) − 23.4 (8.5) 10.4 (4.5)
Keceli et al. 2015a
A(adults, N = 11)
      
Estimated MNI − 48 − 22 11 52 − 17 13
Original Talairach − 45 − 22 13 48.5 16.5 14
SF       
NT adults (10/10) − 52.1 (7.7) − 12.1 (10.7) 1.2 (6.5) 55.1 (6.8) − 18.5 (8.3) 6.8 (6.2)
NT children (33/35) − 51.9 (6.7) − 20.5 (7.3) 6.6 (3.7) 53.7 (6.6) − 17.2 (6.6) 7.4 (3.4)
ASD children (29/35) − 47.1 (6.0)* − 19.0 (10.4) 5.7 (7.4) 55.5 (6.2) − 19.1 (6.5) 7.5 (4.3)
Keceli et al. 2015a
A(adults, N = 12)
      
Estimated MNI − 51 − 17 7 52 − 13 6
Original Talairach − 48 − 18 8.5 49 − 14 9
  1. aThe provided coordinates are approximated from Fig. 3 in [20], where the authors localised the ASSR and SF responses evoked by the same periodic stimuli [20]
  2. *Significant difference in ASD versus NT children: p = 0.005