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

Table 3. Regression correlating rCBF with ratings of pleasantness/unpleasantness

Region

Coordinates

t value*

(all music)

x

y

z

Positive correlations

L. ventral striatum

M. dorsomedial midbrain

R. thalamus

M. anterior cingulate (BA 24/32)

R. orbitofrontal cortex (BA 14)

R. insula

M. suppl motor area (BA 6)

L. cerebellum

R. cerebellum

-17

0

1

3

12

34

1

-13

39

17

-35

-18

25

24

15

-2

-73

-66

-17

-20

6

30

-21

5

63

-23

-24

5.17

3.68

8.65

5.99

6.43

8.13

6.31

4.48

3.98

Negative correlations

L. hippocampus/amygdala

R. amygdala

M. prefrontal cortex (BA 32)

M. cuneus (BA 18)

R. precuneus (BA 7)

L. precuneus (BA 7)

-21

21

-3

-4

5

-5

-13

-6

41

-81

-57

-61

-23

-23

-14

21

41

29

-3.33

-2.72

-3.84

-7.52

-4.84

-3.85

t values are shown for the regression including data from both subject-selected and control music conditions (all music; column 5). Positive t values denote correlation with increasing ratings of pleasantness; negative t values denote correlation with decreasing ratings of pleasantness. Coordinates refer to location in stereotaxic space [Talairach, J. & Tournoux, P. (1988) Co-Planar Stereotaxic Atlas of the Human Brain (Thieme, New York)]. L, left; R, right; M, medial.

*t values were significant at P < 0.05 using a standard one-tailed t test (n = 9).