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Fig. 4.

Fig. 4. From: Dysfunction of a Cortical Midline Network During Emotional Appraisals in Schizophrenia.

Correlation Between Delusion Severity and Cingulate Gyrus Response to the Neutral Stimuli in the Schizophrenia Patients. Graphs of the correlations between right (A) and left (B) cingulate gyrus responses (% signal change) to the neutral sentence pairs and delusion severity, measured using the SAPS global delusion item, in the 14 schizophrenia patients.

Daphne. J. Holt, et al. Schizophr Bull. 2011 January;37(1):164-176.
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Fig. 1.

Fig. 1. From: Dysfunction of a Cortical Midline Network During Emotional Appraisals in Schizophrenia.

Negative Vs Neutral Contrast, medial cortical surface. Mean activation maps showing significant clusters of activation (P < .05) for the healthy control (n = 18) (A) and schizophrenia (n = 14) (B) group and the map of the between-group differences (C) for the negative vs. neutral contrast. For the within-group maps (A and B), warm colors indicate clusters showing greater responses to the negative relative to the neutral sentence pairs, while cold colors indicate clusters with greater activation to the neutral relative to the negative sentence pairs. For the map of the between-group differences (C), warm colors indicate clusters showing greater activation for the negative > neutral contrast in the control group compared with the patient group. (In C, there were no clusters showing greater activation in the patients compared with the controls for the negative > neutral contrast.) In D, percent signal change relative to baseline for the foci exhibiting significant between-group differences in C are displayed; the baseline is mean signal intensity. PCG = posterior cingulate gyrus, MFG = medial frontal gyrus, ACG = anterior cingulate gyrus, SFG = superior frontal gyrus, PrC = precuneus.

Daphne. J. Holt, et al. Schizophr Bull. 2011 January;37(1):164-176.
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Fig. 3.

Fig. 3. From: Dysfunction of a Cortical Midline Network During Emotional Appraisals in Schizophrenia.

Negative Vs Positive Contrast, Medial Cortical Surface. Mean activation maps, displayed on the medial cortical surface, showing significant clusters of activation (P < .05) for the healthy control (n = 18) (A) and schizophrenia (n = 14) (B) group and the map of the between-group differences (C) for the negative vs positive contrast. For the within-group maps (A and B), warm colors indicate clusters showing greater responses to the negative relative to the positive sentence pairs, while cold colors indicate clusters with greater activation to the positive relative to the negative sentence pairs. For the map of the between-group differences (C), cold colors indicate clusters showing greater activation for the negative > positive contrast in the patient group compared with the healthy control group. (In C, there were no clusters showing greater activation for the controls relative to the patients for the negative > positive contrast.) In D, percent signal change relative to baseline for the foci exhibiting significant between-group differences in C are displayed; the baseline is mean signal intensity. PCG = posterior cingulate gyrus, PrC = precuneus, MFG = medial frontal gyrus, ACG = anterior cingulate gyrus, ACOC = anterior cingulate and orbital cortices.

Daphne. J. Holt, et al. Schizophr Bull. 2011 January;37(1):164-176.
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Fig. 2.

Fig. 2. From: Dysfunction of a Cortical Midline Network During Emotional Appraisals in Schizophrenia.

Positive Vs Neutral Contrast, medial cortical surface. Mean activation maps showing significant clusters of activation (P < .05) for the healthy control (n = 18) (A) and schizophrenia (n = 14) (B) group and the map of the between-group differences (C) for the positive vs neutral contrast. For the within-group maps (A and B), warm colors indicate clusters showing greater responses to the positive relative to the neutral sentence pairs, while cold colors indicate clusters with greater activation to the neutral relative to the positive sentence pairs. For the map of the between-group differences (C), warm colors indicate clusters showing greater activation for the positive > neutral contrast in the control group compared with the patient group. (In C, there were no clusters showing greater activation in the patients compared with the controls for the positive > neutral contrast.) In D, percent signal change relative to baseline for the foci exhibiting significant between-group differences in C are displayed; the baseline is mean signal intensity. PCG = posterior cingulate gyrus, MFG = medial frontal gyrus, ACG = anterior cingulate gyrus, SFG = superior frontal gyrus, PrC = precuneus, ACOC = anterior cingulate and orbital cortices.

Daphne. J. Holt, et al. Schizophr Bull. 2011 January;37(1):164-176.

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