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Table 2 Brain regions showing significant group and gender difference in BOLD signal

From: Males are more sensitive to reward and less sensitive to loss than females among people with internet gaming disorder: fMRI evidence from a card-guessing task

Condition Regions BAa x, y, zb Max F Number of voxels Hemispherec
Win Group
Lingual gyrus 18 -6, 72, −9 19.25 418 L
Gender
Caudate nucleus   -9, −3, 15 19.57 125 L
Cingulate gyrus 24 12, −15, 39 18.1 100 R
Cingulate gyrus 31 −15, −24, 39 12.47 53 L
Middle frontal gyrus 9 24, 30, 36 14.23 52 R
Precuneus 31 15, −66, 30 13.79 51 R
Inferior parietal lobule 40 60, −24, 51 20.64 223 R
Group×Gender
Thalamas   −12, −39, 12 18.94 188 L
Parahippocampus 30 24, −45, 12 15,99 64 R
IFG 44 51, 12, 15 15.31 53 R
Lose Group
Lingual gyrus 18 −9, −72, −9 23.93 447 L
Parahippocampus 30 −15, −33, −12 16.38 51 L
ACC 24 6, 36, −3 23.93 82 R
Gender
Middle Occipital gyrus 19 42, −78, 6 19.21 203 R
Caudate nucleus   −3, 9, 12 19.64 113 L
Group×Gender
Lingual gyrus   15, −75, −3 17.32 131 R
IFG 44 51, 12, 15 16.9 51 R
  1. a Brodmann’s area
  2. b Peak Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) coordinates
  3. c The activation area was on the right side (R) or the left side (L)