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Table 2 Significant partial correlations between regional GM and age, controlling for total gray matter volume

From: Regional gray matter volumetric changes in autism associated with social and repetitive behavior symptoms

REGIONS T CLUSTER SIZE MNI COORDINATES
Left Hippocampus* 5.87 3957 -20 -8 -17
Right Hippocampus* 7.02 4088 23 -13 -19
Left Lingual Gyrus 5.38 102 -19 -84 -6
Left Superior Temporal Gyrus 3.91 76 -41 -32 16
Left Cerebellar Crus I -4.75 12797 -54 -60 -27
Right Cerebellar Crus I -5.85 23078 55 -58 -28
Right Supramarginal Gyrus -5.66 1774 61 -23 43
Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus, Pars Opercularis -4.65 5987 55 18 27
Right Precuneus -5.07 7418 15 -47 50
Left Precentral Gyrus -4.80 12454 -58 8 38
Left Middle Temporal Gyrus -4.77 4005 -66 -8 -8
  1. Notes: The sign of the t-statistic indicates whether the correlation coefficients are positive or negative partial correlations. Regions reported in table are significant at FDR < .05. All labels are derived from AAL atlas (see text). * The super-threshold voxels in these two clusters overlap the majority of the amygdala both left and right hemispheres, as well as the hippocampus. Only linear effects are shown because no quadratic or cubic effects remained after correcting for multiple comparisons.