Table 1.

Talairach coordinates of brain regions with stronger responses to faces than objects in individual subjects

SubjectFusiform face areaMT gyrus/ST sulcusOther activation lociOther activation loci
A. Right-handed  subjects
 S1(40, −48, −12), 2.1, −10 (43, −75, −6), 2.1,−10
 S2(37, −57, −9), 0.4, −7 (50, −54, 15), 0.3, −6 (−37, −57, 21), 0.6, −5 (−43, −72, 25), 0.7, −5
(0, −54, 28), 6.1,−8
 S3(43, −54, −18), 1.8, −9 (65, −51, 9), 3.6, −6 (37, −78, −15), 0.6, −8 (40, −69, 40), 2.8, −5
(56, −60, 3), 1.6, −5 (56, −27, 18), 1.1, −5
 S4(31, −62, −6), 0.9, −10 (56, −57, 6), 0.9, 2e−7(34, −42, −21), 0.3, −4
(−31, −62, −15), 1.3, −6
 S5(50, −63, −9), 2.1,−10 (34, −81, 6), 0.6, −6 (40, −30, −9), 0.2, −6
 S6(37, −69, −3), 0.1, −4 (46, −48, 12), 0.7, −4 (−34, −69, 0), 0.2, −4
(−34, −69, 0), 0.1, −4
 S7(46, −54, −12), 0.8,−6 (43, −69, −3), 0.4, −5(−12, −87, 0), 3.1,−5
(−40, −69, −12), 0.5, −5 (0, −75, 6), 1.9, −9 (21, −90, −3), 3.7,−6
(−6, −75, 34), 4.2, −8 (40, 54, 34), 2.8, −5
(12, −81, 46), 1.7,−6
 S8(40, −39, −6), 0.06, −6 (3, −72, 31), 2.7, −6
(−34, −75, −3), 0.06,−8
 S9(40, −51, −12), 0.7,−1.10
 S10(34, −57, −15), 1.4, −13 (56, −60, 6), 0.2, −5
(−37, −41, −12), 0.4,−6
B. Left-handed  subjects
 S11(−37, −42, −12), 1.9, −12 (46, −69, 0), 0.4, −5 (−62, −30, 12), 0.4, −5
(40, −48, −12), 1.1, −8 (−53, −54, 0), 1.4, −5
 S12(−34, −48, −6), 0.4,−8 (56, −42, 21), 0.5, −5 (3, −60, 12), 0.3,−5 (34, −90, 6), 0.3, −4
(6, −60, 31), 3.5, −5
  • Regions that responded significantly (at the p < 10−4 level) more strongly during face than object epochs (Part I) for each subject. For each activated region is given (1) the Talairach coordinates (M-Lx, A-Py, S-Iz), (2) size (in cm3), and (3) exponent (base 10) of the p level of the most significant voxel (based on an analysis of unsmoothed data) in that region (in italics). This table was generated using a program (Tal-EZ) supplied by G. Bush et al. (1996). Subject S5 was run with a surface coil placed over the right hemisphere, so only right hemisphere activations could be detected.