Table 1

Locations of positive foci across studies

Brodmann areaMean locationPetersen (5)Bookheimer (7)Price (2)Price (3) Fiez (unpublished data)Rumsey (4)Price (7)Howard (8)Herbster (9)
L 44/45/ins−41 ± 9, 8 ± 5, 6 ± 4XXXXXXXX
M 6(SMA)1 ± 3, 0 ± 4, 57 ± 4XXXXX
L 32/24−8 ± 6, 2 ± 4, 40 ± 3XXXXX
L4−46 ± 2, −12 ± 1, 37 ± 5XXXXX
L 4/43−50 ± 5, −6 ± 4, 22 ± 2XXXXX
R444 ± 4, −10 ± 3, 35 ± 3XXX
R 4/4346 ± 5, −8 ± 9, 21 ± 6XXXXX
L In/thal/ins−24 ± 5, −15 ± 6, 10 ± 7XXXXXXXX
R put/thal/ins7 ± 7, −28 ± 5, 7 ± 7XXXXX
L 22/42/41−55 ± 4, −14 ± 9, 4 ± 4XXXXX
L 22/21−54 ± 5, −41 ± 6, 12 ± 7XXXXXXXXX
R 22/42/4154 ± 3, −14 ± 4, 8 ± 3XXXXX
R 22/2151 ± 4, −33 ± 5, 4 ± 4XXXXX
L 37/19−36 ± 6, −57 ± 9, −5 ± 3XXXXX
L 18/19−16 ± 10, −82 ± 8, −6 ± 6XXXXX
L cerebellum−17 ± 10, −63 ± 5, −17 ± 6XXXXXX
R cerebellum19 ± 4, −66 ± 11, −17 ± 6XXXXXX
cblm, midline5 ± 4, −58 ± 11, −14 ± 6XXXXXXX
  • The mean location (x ± SD, y ± SD, z ± SD) for each foci cluster is given in terms of the Talairach and Tournoux (10) atlas. Each “X” indicates a focus that was found in the given cluster in the study indicated by the appropriate column heading. The studies by Price et al. (7), Howard et al. (8), and Herbster et al. (9) used a sensorimotor control condition.