Table 2.

Whole-brain table for neural activation for the contrast win > lose when playing for self on the first and second time points

RegionR/LMNIT (1488)Voxels
xyz
Time point 1
    Caudate nucleusL−1214−512.64831
R1214−512.64831
    Caudate nucleusR21−16255.8243
    PutamenL−24−13285.6248
    Anterior cingulate cortexL050−27.72171
    Superior frontal gyrusL−1817586.52127
R2414555.3211
    Middle cingulate cortexR3−34376.49350
    Paracentral lobuleL−3−28585.6736
    Angular gyrusR48−67405.3824
    Angular gyrusL−48−67435.3435
    Inferior occipital gyrusR42−79−145.8548
T (1422)
Time point 2
    Caudate nucleusR1514−513.07680
L−1214−513.07680
    Superior frontal gyrusL−2135497.05235
R2132525.4329
R1532525.3212
    Superior medial gyrusL−35647.39380
    Middle frontal gyrusL−395315.3145
    Paracentral lobuleL−3−25585.60176
    Postcentral gyrusL−27−34585.5132
    PrecuneusL−6−58106.24125
    Angular gyrusL−48−64495.7366
    CuneusR3−82255.0720
    CerebellumR33−85−235.0017
  • Reported clusters are familywise error corrected at the voxel level. Only clusters of ≥10 voxels are reported.