Table 2.

Neural activation during sentence completion taska

TaskCluster size (k)LocationMaximum Tp valueCluster p (FWE corr)MNI coordinates
Conjunction (predictive, nonpredictive, scrambled)1075R inferior occipital cortex11.269<0.001<0.00130−91−4
R Crus I5.93<0.001<0.00127−67−31
1528L inferior occipital cortex/middle temporal gyrus/angular gyrus9.3872<0.001<0.001−27−91−7
1150L precentral gyrus/inferior frontal gyurs7.2486<0.001<0.001−45−153
1426L supplementary motor area6.7318<0.001<0.001−3859
703R superior temporal gyrus/angular gyrus/supramarginal gyrus6.0722<0.001<0.00145−28−1
102L thalamus6.0207<0.001<0.0010−198
375R inferior frontal gyrus (Oper)5.6605<0.001<0.001391135
428R inferior frontal gyrus (Tri)5.632<0.001<0.0015423−1
40R inferior frontal gyrus (Oper)5.286<0.001<0.001602014
148L inferior parietal lobule4.6272<0.001<0.001−45−4353
56L thalamus4.405<0.001<0.001−12−411
Pre-tDCS cerebellar results by task condition
    Predictive691R Crus I/VI6.513.5 × 10−10<0.00127−70−31
    Nonpredictive639R Crus I/VI6.464.8 × 10−10<0.00124−79−22
236L Crus I6.221.7 × 10−9<0.001−39−70−25
    Scrambled396R VI/Crus I7.656 × 10−13<0.001−42−58−22
725L Crus I6.543.1 × 10−10<0.00139−52−22
  • aThe whole-brain conjunction analysis revealed common activation patterns across all three task conditions (predictive, nonpredictive, scrambled). Condition-specific activation patterns within the cerebellum showed that each condition evoked slightly different, but overlapping, patterns of cerebellar activation.