Figure 1

Contributed by ANIMA on Jan. 14, 2018

Collection: Neural networks related to dysfunctional face processing in autism spectrum disorder

Description: A single cluster indicating convergent evidence for hypoac- tivation in ASD patients compared to healthy controls during face processing was located in the left lateral temporal lobe, in particular the fusiform gyrus (-43, -61, -10, k = 172) [p < 0.05 (cluster-level FWE corrected for multiple comparisons, cluster-forming threshold p < 0.001 at voxel level)]. There were no clusters indicating increased activation in ASD patients compared to healthy controls

Tags: anima meta-analysis fusiform face area autism spectrum disorders v5 autism face processing

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