Table 1.

Maxima and coordinates of attention-related brain activation

Left hemisphereRight hemisphere
CoordinatesZ-scoreCoordinatesZ-score
xyzxyz
sP
 Subject 1−24−66569.5826−66366.46
 Subject 2−30−624411.5434−625011.34
 Subject 3−26−646412.6628−666011.08
 Subject 4−30−605411.3320−74527.12
 Subject 5−28−68405.6736−682810.82
 Control 1−28−68465.5630−50426.53
 Control 2−22−584614.5528−66549.69
iP
 Subject 1−42−343814.1244−264011.65
 Subject 2−36−44348.29<4.5
 Subject 3−32−28589.55<4.5
 Subject 4−28−464012.3430−46449.48
 Subject 5−38−34649.2940−306410.21
 Control 1−44−28448.872616564.84
 Control 2−40−34629.53<4.5
pF
 Subject 1−4044126.783838167.24
 Subject 2−3446267.533042208.21
 Subject 3−4434269.673430368.21
 Subject 4−3044109.734238245.81
 Subject 5<4.5<4.5
 Control 1<4.53848266.22
 Control 2−2240326.533838348.87
pM
 Subject 1−26−64813.6432−8529.36
 Subject 2−3663010.873462810.97
 Subject 3−32−106411.6740−86611.06
 Subject 4−38−44212.0736−44010.29
 Subject 5−28−64813.7730−65412.02
 Control 1−42−2346.26486348.99
 Control 2−48−23614.1548−23813.82
aC
 Subject 1−284411.80614385.98
 Subject 2−812389.7788447.65
 Subject 30−2489.770−2489.77
 Subject 4−8123810.981012386.99
 Subject 5<4.5<4.5
 Control 14−2467.9384469.76
 Control 2−463411.378123214.16
O
 Subject 1−20−96108.0130−92−25.06
 Subject 2−36−74−148.8024−82−88.27
 Subject 3−28−96−810.3334−96−610.31
 Subject 4−32−92147.7828−9604.88
 Subject 5−28−96611.5916−9866.24
 Control 1−22−90−124.8140−90−47.30
 Control 2−28−96−614.3536−96−814.82
Ce
 Subject 1−26−62−288.1340−58−3011.84
 Subject 2−30−68−468.0414−70−469.51
 Subject 3−26−58−207.018−52−1613.19
 Subject 4−26−64−227.4232−54−289.37
 Subject 5−28−54−286.8930−52−346.92
 Control 1−28−56−227.4922−64−229.08
 Control 2−30−58−2412.0522−70−2610.07
  • Talairach coordinates (x, y, z) and maxima (Z-score) relative to the commonalities in brain activation (conjunction analysis) in the contrast “attentional task” versus “passive viewing” in normal, high, and low arousal (for the experimental subjects) and in three sessions of normal arousal (for the control subjects). sP, Superior parietal gyrus; iP, intraparietal sulcus/postcentral gyrus; pF, prefrontal cortex; pM, premotor cortex; aC, anterior cingulate; O, occipital cortex; Ce, cerebellum.