Table 2.

Whole-brain findings during the feedback phase across groupsa

RegionRight/leftCluster size (voxel)Peak TMNI coordinates
Human feedback > computer feedback
    Middle temporal gyrusR683712.0754−408
    Calcarine fissureR14112.0122−94−2
    Fusiform gyrusR3619.2940−48−16
    Fusiform gyrusL2968.44−38−48−20
    Middle occipital gyrusL327.65−20−94−2
    Gyri rectusBilateral2956.54638−16
    Inferior occipital gyrusR425.2944−76−6
Positive feedback > negative feedback
    Inferior occipital gyrusR3418.3226−92−2
    Caudate nucleiBilateral27928.10810−2
    Middle cingulate gyriBilateral28976.80−2−3434
    Inferior occipital gyrusL1016.63−28−88−6
    Angular gyrusL37216.15−40−6646
    Middle frontal gyrusL27716.11−301652
    Precentral gyrusR20595.6236−2862
    Superior frontal gyrusR7225.59203448
    Inferior orbitofrontal gyrusL555.53−2630−16
    Fusiform gyrusL2295.43−26−46−18
Positive human feedback > negative human feedback
    Caudate nucleiBilateral6857.52810−2
    Angular gyrusL9376.23−40−6834
    Middle temporal gyrusR14876.0956−366
    Middle temporal gyrusL5515.63−58−4210
    Middle temporal gyrusL2805.47−48−706
    Precentral gyrusR10875.3140−2664
  • aCluster sizes are based on the initial cluster-forming height threshold of p < 0.001. Peak T and MNI coordinates are listed for FWE-corrected p values < 0.05 on peak level. For the positive feedback > negative feedback contrast, the NAcc is included in the caudate nuclei cluster.