Table 2.

Locations of seed regions used to quantify specificity of association networks

Left CoordinatesRight Coordinates
Cerebral cortex
    M1H−41, −20, 6241, −20, 62
    S1H−42, −35, 6542, −35, 65
    FEF−26, −6, 4826, −6, 48
    PrCv−50, 6, 3050, 6, 30
    6vr+−55, 6, 1155, 6, 11
    PFCda−31, 39, 3031, 39, 30
    V1p−16, −74, 716, −74, 7
    V1c−13, −100, −813, −100, −8
    MT+−45, −72, 345, −72, 3
    PCC−3, −49, 253, −49, 25
    PFCd−15, 42, 4615, 42, 46
    STS−55, −10, −1655, −10, −16
    PFCla−41, 55, 441, 55, 4
    PFClp−45, 29, 3245, 29, 32
Cerebellum
    Ventral attention−31, −62, −2130, −62, −21
    Frontoparietal control−42, −73, −2639, −72, −27
    Default network−32, −79, −3129, −78, −32
    Dorsal attention−6, −76, −439, −75, −43
  • Left cerebral cortical seed regions were obtained from Yeo et al. (2011) except PFCd, which was selected from the high-confidence default network region in the dorsal prefrontal cortex in the discovery data set. Left cerebellar seed regions were selected from each association network based on the discovery data set, using the confidence map as a guide. Contralateral seed regions were obtained by reflection across the midline. M1, primary motor cortex; S1, somatosensory cortex; V1, visual cortex; PCC, posterior cingulate cortex; STS, superior temporal sulcus. Labels for the regions within the cerebellum correspond to the network names as commonly used in the human neuroimaging literature and should be used as heuristics (see Yeo et al. 2011 for discussion). Alternative names and variations exist. For example, the ventral attention network is most likely an aggregate of closely adjacent networks variably referred to as the ventral attention, salience (Seeley et al. 2007), and cingulo-opercular (Dosenbach et al. 2007) networks. Similarly, the default network can be meaningfully fractionated (e.g., Andrews-Hanna et al. 2010).