Table 1.

Illusion-related activity (main effect of illusion)

Main peaks p < 0.05 correcteda,b
Anatomical region xyz Peak z value
Frontal areas
L. frontal operculum −54 12 3 4.46
L. precentral sulcus (PMv) −60 9 9 3.84
R. precentral gyrus (PMd) 45 −6 57 3.85
R. precentral sulcus (PMv) 48 9 30 3.61
Parietal areas
L. intraparietal sulcus −39 −57 51 4.22
R. intraparietal sulcus 36 −57 60 4.25c
Cerebellum
L. lat. cerebellum (lobule VI/crus I) −33 −72 −24 4.16
L. lat. cerebellum (crus I) −15 −81 −27 3.37
L. medial cerebellum (crus II) −6 −81 −30 3.54
R. lat. cerebellum (lobule VI/crus I) 36 −75 −24 4.29
  • L., Left; R., right; lat., lateral.

  • a Small volume corrections based on an a priori hypothesis.

  • b Only the most significant peaks from each region are reported.

  • c This peak was not significant after correction for multiple comparisons (p < 0.001 uncorrected; p > 0.05 corrected), but we report it to illustrate the bilateral pattern of activity in the intraparietal cortex.