Table 1.

Brain regions showing greater blood oxygenation level-dependent signal response to smoking scenes compared to nonsmoking scenes for all participants (smokers and nonsmokers)

Brain regionSideBAt ValueCoordinates of peak activation
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Anterior intraparietal sulcusL405.46−39−4842
Anterior intraparietal sulcusR405.3045−4848
Dorsal premotor cortexL65.04−21951
Dorsal premotor cortexR66.23241260
Dorsal anterior cingulate cortexL6/325.78−62439
Dorsal anterior cingulate cortexR183.1793027
Orbitofrontal cortexL103.44−3348−6
Dorsolateral prefrontal cortexL96.32−303336
Dorsolateral prefrontal cortexR95.22423033
Dorsolateral prefrontal cortexL464.26−423630
Inferior frontal gyrusL45/464.57−424512
Medial fusiform gyrusL19.821−6−21
Medial fusiform gyrusR3810.14218−39
PrecuneusR314.959−3633
Superior parietal lobuleL74.32−12−6948
Superior parietal lobuleR74.589−7848
Inferior occipital gyrusL193.89−51−63−9
  • Regions showing greater blood oxygenation level-dependent signal response to smoking versus nonsmoking scenes (p < 0.005, uncorrected; 10 contiguous voxels) are listed along with the best estimate of their location. Coordinates are in Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) stereotaxic space.

  • BA, Approximate Brodmann's area; L, left; R, right.