Table 1.

The stereotactic coordinate and the peak t value within brain regions correlated with LRI, LCL, SR, and AR

Learning rate Learning convergence Short-term reward Accumulated reward
ROI Stereotactic coordinates t value Stereotactic coordinates t value Stereotactic coordinates t value Stereotactic coordinates t value
1 LSP −38, −79, 30 5.48 −22, −64, 52 13.14
2 RSP 23, −70, 36 6.86 34, −76, 35 4.34 26, −64, 47 7.41
3 LIP −11, −73, 38 7.54
4 RIP 10, −73, 38 7.54
5 LPM −32, 3, 53 7.54 −35, 5, 48 11.69
6 RPM 19, 20, 27 6.49 28, 0, 53 7.72 23, 0, 55 9.80
7 SMA −6, −9, 47 5.74 −3, −3, 47 9.17
8 LPF −30, 43, 7 7.21 −37, 32, 12 10.58
9 RPF 31, 49, 13 8.64 23, 46, 13 11.21
10 LOF −40, 43, −6 6.94
11 ROF 30, 43, −6 7.26 23, 43, −1 19.79
12 LCN −0, −3, 0 6.70 −16, −3, −18 3.79
13 RCN 12, 3, 10 5.87
14 LGP −14, −9, 2 6.08
15 RGP 12, −3, 5 5.40
16 LCB −30, −59, −35 5.74
17 RCB 34, −73, −25 7.13
18 RST 41, −32, −2 7.47 52, −53, 8 8.56
19 LOC −25, −94, 8 6.09 −27, −64, 2 4.60 −19, −76, 22 12.65
20 ROC 26, −85, −5 6.19 26, −59, 2 4.20 15, −70, 23 8.82
  • The regions of interest (ROIs) were superior parietal cortex (SP), intraparietal sulcus (IP), dorsolateral premotor cortex (PM), supplementary motor area (SMA), prefrontal cortex (PF), orbitofrontal cortex (OF), caudate nucleus (CN), globus pallidus (GP), cingulate cortex (CC), cerebeller cortex (CB), amygdala (AM), superior temporal lobule (ST), and occipital cortex (OC). L, Left; R, right.