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Figure 1. From: Brain Reactivity to Smoking Cues Prior to Smoking Cessation Predicts Ability to Maintain Tobacco Abstinence.

Whole-brain analysis of pre-quit brain reactivity to smoking-related versus neutral images compared between subjects who did and did not slip. Subjects who slipped exhibited greater fMRI reactivity in several brain areas (see Table S1 in Supplement 1), including the right anterior insula (t(19)=2.86, cluster corrected, p 0.005). Talairach (55) coordinates: x=35, y=18, z=0. A = anterior, S = superior, R = right.

Amy C. Janes, et al. Biol Psychiatry. ;67(8):722-729.
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Figure 2. From: Brain Reactivity to Smoking Cues Prior to Smoking Cessation Predicts Ability to Maintain Tobacco Abstinence.

Functional connectivity analyses. Top: The pre-quit network was identified in 21 subjects and contained bilateral insula and anterior cingulate cortex (cross hairs positioned in the anterior insula; Talairach (57) coordinates: x=−38, y=13, z=−6, t(20)=7.80, Bonferroni corrected p=0.01; Table S2 in Supplement 1). Bottom: pre-quit network connectivity difference between slip (N=9) versus abstinence (N=12) subjects in dorsal anterior cingulate and other brain areas (Table S3 in Supplement 1. Talairach (55) coordinates for the dACC: x=0. y=13, z=26, t(20)=2.85, cluster corrected, p 0.005). A = anterior, S = superior, R = right.

Amy C. Janes, et al. Biol Psychiatry. ;67(8):722-729.

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