Table 3.

Bimodal stimulation: deaf > hearing

HemiMNI coordinatesZaHarvard-Oxford AtlasbJülich Atlasb
xyz
Bimodal somatosensory attentionR62−14−44.9418% Post STG
R54−1424.8817% HG46% Prim Aud (TE1.0)
R60−1424.720% PT
R38−2204.620% Insula40% Acoustic radiation
R42−22−64.3941% Optic radiation
R42−28104.3129% PT51% Prim Aud (TE1.1)
L−42−38104.9631% PT13% SII/OP1; 13% Prim Aud (TE1.1)
L−40−34104.5861% PT46% Prim Aud (TE1.1)
L−64−1404.523% Post STG
L−34−34104.077% PT32% Acoustic radiation
L−66−1843.8938% Post STG
L−46−32123.8454% PT26% SII/OP1
Bimodal visual attentionR36−38164.929% Optic radiation
R40−28−44.3778% Optic radiation
R52−12−44.1311% Post STG,10% Acoustic radiation
R36−38124.1249% Optic radiation
R52−12−84.0941% HG90% Prim Aud (TE1.0)
R54−2624.0827% STG
L−38−3284.5925% PT
L−42−24−84.5339% Optic radiation
L−30−36164.4247% Post TF
L−36−3244.3429% Optic radiation
L−32−3284.2717% Optic radiation
L−34−2844.167% Insula23% Acoustic radiation
  • aSurvives cluster correction. Z > 2.8, p < 0.01.

  • bMost probable location description listed. Hemi, Hemisphere; L, left; PFcm, inferior parietal; Plan Pol, planum polare; Post STG, posterior superior temporal gyrus; Prim Aud, primary auditory cortex; PT, planum temporale; R, right; SII/OPI, secondary somatosensory/parietal operculum.