Table S3.

Results of the whole-brain correlation analysis of neural activity during the facial observation period/during the emotion judgment period and self-reported confidence

Contrast/anatomical structureCoordinate at peakT value at peakTotal cluster sizePercent of cluster
Neural activity during the facial observation period
 Calcarine gyrus R18, −69, 66.232
 Lingual gyrus R15, −78, −66.386
 Supramarginal gyrus L−57, −42, 307.192
 Supramarginal gyrus R54, −30, 306.120
 Insula L−39, 6, 36.420
 Rolandic operculum R66, 6, 66.211
 Ventral striatum R18, 6, −155.73
Neural activity during the emotion judgment period
 Medial orbitofrontal gyrus L−3, 39, −184.950325%
 Medial superior frontal gyrus L24%
 Gyrus rectus L15%
 Middle temporal gyrus L−63, −15, −94.714979%
 Inferior temporal gyrus L10%
 Paracentral lobule L−33, −6, 214.841926%
 Supplementary motor area R17%
 Superior parietal gyrus L13%
 Postcentral gyrus L12%
  • Anatomical structures were labeled according to the automated anatomical labeling (AAL) atlas (62), except for the ventral striatum, which was defined according to ref. 13. Listed are all anatomical structures that contain at least 10% of all voxels of a cluster. Regions are ordered from posterior to anterior. For convenience, SPMs are thresholded at the same levels as in Fig. 3 (i.e., facial observation period, height threshold T = 5.5, P = 0.05, FWE-corrected at voxel level; emotion judgment period, height threshold T = 3.3, P = 0.001, extent threshold k = 100 voxels, P = 0.001, FWE-corrected at cluster level). Cluster sizes are the numbers of voxels (3 × 3 × 3 mm3) per cluster. L, left hemisphere; R, right hemisphere.