Images tagged with "ale"

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12015 Figure 1 (Morality) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 1: Morality. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12016 Figure 1 (ToM) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 2: Theory of Mind. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12017 Figure 1 (Empathy) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 3: Empathy. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12102 Figure 2 (hard>easy) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant Activation Likelihood Estimate (ALE) clusters for the three separate ALE analyses in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Red: Task > Control; blue: Hard > Easy; green: Reward > Control. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12103 Figure 2 (reward>control) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant Activation Likelihood Estimate (ALE) clusters for the three separate ALE analyses in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Red: Task > Control; blue: Hard > Easy; green: Reward > Control. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12104 Figure 2 (task>control) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant Activation Likelihood Estimate (ALE) clusters for the three separate ALE analyses in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Red: Task > Control; blue: Hard > Easy; green: Reward > Control. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12105 Figure 3 (hard>easy ∩ task>control) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant conjunction and subtraction clusters in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Green: The significant conjunction clusters for the task-general network and the task difficulty network are located in the right pre-SMA, left pre-motor cortex, bilateral anterior insula, and right PFm. Blue: The significant conjunction cluster for the task-general and reward networks is located in right anterior insula. Red: The unique areas for the task-general network compared to the reward-based network are located in left pre-SMA cortex, right hIP2, and right anterior insula. Violet: The unique areas for the reward-based network are located in left nucleus accumbens and right frontal orbital cortex. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12106 Figure 3 (reward>control ∩ task>control) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant conjunction and subtraction clusters in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Green: The significant conjunction clusters for the task-general network and the task difficulty network are located in the right pre-SMA, left pre-motor cortex, bilateral anterior insula, and right PFm. Blue: The significant conjunction cluster for the task-general and reward networks is located in right anterior insula. Red: The unique areas for the task-general network compared to the reward-based network are located in left pre-SMA cortex, right hIP2, and right anterior insula. Violet: The unique areas for the reward-based network are located in left nucleus accumbens and right frontal orbital cortex. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12107 Figure 3 ([reward>control] > [task>control]) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant conjunction and subtraction clusters in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Green: The significant conjunction clusters for the task-general network and the task difficulty network are located in the right pre-SMA, left pre-motor cortex, bilateral anterior insula, and right PFm. Blue: The significant conjunction cluster for the task-general and reward networks is located in right anterior insula. Red: The unique areas for the task-general network compared to the reward-based network are located in left pre-SMA cortex, right hIP2, and right anterior insula. Violet: The unique areas for the reward-based network are located in left nucleus accumbens and right frontal orbital cortex. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12108 Figure 3 ([task>control] > [reward>control]) Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis The significant conjunction and subtraction clusters in standard Montreal Neurological Institute space. Green: The significant conjunction clusters for the task-general network and the task difficulty network are located in the right pre-SMA, left pre-motor cortex, bilateral anterior insula, and right PFm. Blue: The significant conjunction cluster for the task-general and reward networks is located in right anterior insula. Red: The unique areas for the task-general network compared to the reward-based network are located in left pre-SMA cortex, right hIP2, and right anterior insula. Violet: The unique areas for the reward-based network are located in left nucleus accumbens and right frontal orbital cortex. Numbers indicate Z coordinates in MNI space.
12109 Figure 1 - Emotion Regulation Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis Displayed are significant results from the meta-analysis of emotion regulation (cFWE corrected p < 0.05)
12110 Figure 2A - IFG Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) seed region.
12111 Figure 2B - DLPFC Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) seed region.
12112 Figure 2C - aMCC Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the anterior medial cingulate cortex (aMCC) seed region.
12113 Figure 2E - STG Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the superior temporal gyrus (STG) seed region.
12114 Figure 2F - AG Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the angular gyrus (AG) seed region.
12115 Figure 2D - SMA Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis MACM result for the (pre) supplementary motor area (SMA) seed region.
12151 Figure 1 Sustaining attention to simple tasks: A meta-analytic review of the neural mechanisms of vigilant attention. The Nifti file "Attention_cFWE05_001_103.nii" contains the thresholded results of the ALE main effect, as shown in Fig. 1 of the associated paper.
18860 Reward prediction error Reinforcement learning models and their neural correlates: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis Reward prediction error (main effect)
18861 Conjunction (6 studies) Reinforcement learning models and their neural correlates: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis Conjunction of all sub-contrasts (aside from smoothing)
18862 Expected Value Reinforcement learning models and their neural correlates: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis Expected Value contrast.
18893 ALE_results_of_self-face_recognition_unthresholded Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements output from ALE 2.3, unthresholded image
18894 ALE_results_of_self-reference_unthresholed Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements output from ALE 2.3, unthresholed image
18895 ALE-results_self-face_p_value Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements p map from ALE 2.3
18896 ALE-self-reference_Cluster_FWE_05 Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements Threshold Method = Cluster-level Inference Thresholding Value = 0.05 Thresholding Permutations = 5000 (equilibrium found after 27) Cluster-Forming Method = Uncorrected P value Cluster-Forming Value = 0.001
18897 ALE_self-face_Cluster-level_FWE_05 Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements Threshold Method = Cluster-level Inference Thresholding Value = 0.05 Thresholding Permutations = 5000 (equilibrium found after 26) Cluster-Forming Method = Uncorrected P value Cluster-Forming Value = 0.001
18898 ALE-results_self-reference_p_value Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements p map from ALE 2.3
18899 Contrast_self-reference_minus_self-face Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements Results of contrast (self-reference > self-face), from ALE 2.3, thresholded at FDR p < 0.01
18900 Contrast_self-face_minus_self-reference Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements Results of contrast (self-face > self-reference), from ALE 2.3, thresholded at FDR p < 0.01
18901 Conjunction_self-face_self-reference Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements conjunction between z-maps of self-face and self-reference using minimum method, thresholded at p < 0.001 (uncorrected)