Table 3.

Whole-brain results for functional connectivity differences between BNST and amygdala

Peak coordinates, MNICluster size
BNST > amygdala
    L + R BNST, caudate, perigenual cingulate cortex, thalamus, midbrain, superior frontal gyrus−7304282
    R superior temporal gyrus/rolandic operculum/precentral gyrus/posterior insula50−157439
    L hypothalamus−3−7−145
    L + R hypothalamus0−4−185
    L corpus callosum/middle cingulate−8−202643
    R cerebellum18−50−21150
    R white matter/insula29−351838
    R superior temporal gyrus, middle temporal gyrus56−3814482
    L calcarine gyrus/lingual gyrus−47714257
    R inferior frontal gyrus2925−427
    R corticospinal tract/Inferior frontal gyrus2935−486
    L cerebellum−4−41−206
    L white matter−46−35−45
    R inferior parietal gyrus−47−465111
Amygdala > BNST
    R amygdala, hippocampus, parahippocampal gyrus, midbrain, inferior frontal gyrus25−3−182476
    L amygdala, hippocampus, parahippocampal gyrus, midbrain−21−4−181104
    R thalamus21−14786
    R brainstem11−32−2138
    L cerebellum/fusiform gyrus−24−71−18573
    L Inferior frontal gyrus−3521−1727
    L brainstem−14−38−4265
    R orbitofrontal gyrus, rectal gyrus1118−18139
    L hippocampus−21−35764
    R orbitofrontal gyrus1145−185
    L inferior temporal gyrus−53−32−2416
    R inferior temporal gyrus53−29−2516
    L thalamus−18−17421
    L + R brainstem1−35−2511
    L brainstem−11−32−286
    L + R brainstem0−35−355
  • Results are whole-brain voxelwise FWE-corrected p < 0.05 in each sample and are described in order of strongest activation.

  • L, Left; R, right.