Figure 4 - Posterior > Anterior RTPJ

Contributed by ANIMA on Jan. 21, 2016

Collection: The role of the right temporoparietal junction in attention and social interaction as revealed by ALE meta-analysis

Description: Co-activation patterns for posterior right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ) versus anterior rTPJ based on a combination of task-related meta-analytic connectivity mapping analysis and task-free resting-state functional connectivity analysis in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Family-wise error corrected P < 0.05.

Tags: meta-analytic connectivity modelling theory of mind anima attention resting-state functional connectivity activation likelihood estimations

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