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Table 2 Coordinates of the Brain Regions with Significant Difference in the Spatial Networks between the Healthy Controls and Patients with Schizophrenia with the Combination between the PSS Condition and the PSC Condition

From: Schizophrenia alters intra-network functional connectivity in the caudate for detecting speech under informational speech masking conditions

Network Contrast Coordinates Statistics   Location
   X Y Z k T Z-score p FWE  
N5 HC > Sch −14 −26 26 168 5.48 5.00 0.003 L Caudate
   12 −24 22 123 5.26 4.83 0.005 R Caudate
N1 Sch > HC −54 −32 10 362 5.41 4.93 0.003 L STG
   50 −22 −4 600 6.70 5.86 < 0.001 R STG
N2 Sch > HC 14 68 12 148 4.47 4.18 0.013# L SFG
N8 Sch > HC −12 − 76 −36 160 5.49 5.00 0.003 L Cerebellum
   18 −78 −36 117 4.29 4.06 0.015# R Cerebellum
  1. A cluster-defining threshold (CDT) of p = 0.001 (T = 3.21) and a cluster based FWE –corrected threshold of p = 0.05 was used. MNI coordinates, k (number of voxels in the cluster), T-value, Z scores and FWE-corrected p values are provided. SFG = superior frontal gyrus; STG = superior temporal gyrus. N1: auditory; N2: DLPFC/PCC; N4: caudate; N8: cerebellum
  2. # The non-survivor of Bonferroni correction for multiple group comparisons