Table 4.

Group differences in connectivity pattern, left amygdala

Regionz levelSize, cm3Coordinatesz levelSize, cm3Coordinatesz levelSize, cm3Coordinatesz levelSize, cm3Coordinates
Group differenceHeW − HeMHoM − HeMHeW − HoWHoM − HoW
Anterior cingulate (subcallosum)3.82.4−16, 32, −16.54.2−20, 2, −184.32.034, 8, −324.02.0−20, 62, 12
−22, 0, −183.51.620, 32, −43.74.8−16, 34, −12
R amygdala4.52.930, 10, −12* 3.62.03, 5, −15* 3.61.320, −18, −12
24, 2, 2
R parahippocampus3.10.336, −20, −24
L parahippocampus3.52.0−40, −30, −4
Cerebellum3.21.4−23, −50, −243.32.8−36, −54, −28
Group differenceHeM − HeWHeM − HoMHoW − HeWHoW − HoM
L amygdala4.02.06.24.1−18, 2, −18
Superior frontal gyrus0, 22, 52No significant difference
Parietal cortex4.44.438, −66, 403.52.0−18, –66, 12 4.24.8−38, –64, 28
56, −26, 13
Postcentral gyrus + putamen + insular cortex4.111.1−48, −12, 1
  • Significances were calculated by using threshold at T = 3.0, and P < 0.05 uncorrected. HoM − HeW not significant (ns); HoW − HeM ns; HeW − HoM ns; HeM − HoW ns. Talairach coordinates denote local maxima. R, right; L, left.

  • *Covers the insular and the piriform cortex.

  • Posterior cingulate.

  • Includes the postcentral gyrus.