Table 4.

Conjunction of main effects of Emotion and Loss

R. lateral occipital cortex30−92−147641.23
R. cerebellum (lateral zone)18−76−465623.05
R. amygdala32−4−224863.87
L. lateral occipital cortex−32−96−144511.70
L. amygdala−26−4−202413.51
L. posterior Cingulate cortex−8−54202122.21
R. lateral Orbitofrontal cortex3036−201693.90
Midcingulate cortex−26261412.32
R. inferior temporal gyrus/fusiform gyrus46−50−201232.83
Cerebellum (posterior lateral fissure)−10−46−481201.66
L. lateral Orbitofrontal cortex−2028−181202.36
R. caudate/ventral Striatum68−101131.53
Inferior thalamic peduncle6−42941.28
L. intermediate Frontal sulcus−52364831.28
L. caudate/ventral Striatum−44−8801.08
L. inferior frontal gyrus−52620693.94
Cerebellum (vermis)0−60−32604.09
L. cerebellum (lateral zone)−30−74−42532.44
L. cerebellum (intermediate zone)−6−80−49522.11
R. posterior cingulate cortex8−5218492.04
L. inferior precentral sulcus−42436491.33
R. middle temporal gyrus62−2−24404.30
L. supramarginal gyrus−34−4434392.32
  • The following clusters survived the multiple-comparison correction in univariate voxel-wise conjunction analysis at the outcome phase [MNI coordinates, cluster size (k), inverse Bayes factors (BF01) values indicating the evidence in favor of null interaction effects].