Supporting information for Blood and Zatorre (2001) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA98 (20), 11818–11823. (10.1073/pnas.191355898)

Supporting Figure 5

Fig. 5. Neuroanatomical regions demonstrating significant regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) correlations with chills intensity ratings for the subject-selected music condition only. Regression analyses were used to correlate rCBF from averaged positron emission tomography data with ratings of chills intensity (0–10). Correlations are shown as t-statistic images superimposed on corresponding average MRI scans (see Table 1, s-s music). The t-statistic ranges for each set of images are coded by color scales below each column, corresponding to ad(positive correlations) and eh(negative correlations). a(sagittal section, x = -1 mm) shows positive rCBF correlations in left dorsomedial midbrain (Mb), right thalamus (Th), anterior cingulate (AC), and supplementary motor area (SMA). b (coronal section, y = 12 mm) shows left ventral striatum (VStr). c (coronal section, y = 49 mm) shows left orbitofrontal cortex (Of). d (sagittal section, x = -16 mm) shows left cerebellum (Cb). e (sagittal section, x = 4 mm) shows negative rCBF correlations in ventral medial prefrontal cortex (VMPF). f (sagittal section, x = 23 mm) shows right amygdala (Am). g (sagittal section, x = -17 mm) shows left hippocampus/amygdala (H/Am). An additional negative correlation in the right ventral striatum (VStr), was observed only in this analysis (panel h; coronal section, x = 15; y = 10; z = -12; t = -3.72).