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Table 1 Brain areas with significant gray matter correlations (p < .001 uncorrected) with each intelligence factor (all correlations are positive except for the Memory factor)*

From: Gray matter correlates of cognitive ability tests used for vocational guidance

Factor Name B A Region Name x y z Z Cluster FDR
g-factor (+) BA 9 Middle Frontal Gyrus -36 23 30 4.02 165  
   Substania Nigra 12 -22 -7 3.17 272  
Speed of Reasoning (+) BA 37 Sub-Gyral 48 -45 -5 3.47 895  
  BA 47 Inf. Frontal Gyrus -50 42 -16 3.08 35  
  BA 10 Inf. Frontal Gyrus 57 41 -2 3.07 66  
  BA 38 Sup. Temporal Gyrus -42 5 -17 3.03 416  
  BA 31 Posterior Cingulate -24 -63 14 3.03 700  
  BA 18 Lingual Gyrus 30 -74 -8 2.97 147  
   Inf. Semi-Lunar Lob. 6 -65 -49 3.59 598  
Numerical Factor (+) BA 18 Mid. Occipital Gyrus 26 -81 6 3.16 76  
  BA 24 Cingulate Gyrus -12 2 31 3.03 33  
Spatial Factor (+) BA 8 Mid. Frontal Gyrus -30 14 40 3.64 186  
   Lat. Geniculum Body -26 -23 -2 3.03 178  
Memory Factor (-) BA 17 Cuneus 24 -91 1 4.29 12,856 .025
  BA 19 Mid. Occipital Gyrus 28 -81 15 4.21   .025
  BA 18 Lingual Gyrus 14 -68 5 4.21   .025
  BA 31 Cingulate Gyrus 20 -47 23 3.66 136 .025
  BA 37 Sub-Gyral -50 -45 -8 3.52 371 .025
  BA 47 Inf. Frontal Gyrus -50 38 -17 3.51 196 .028
  BA 32 Anterior Cingulate 10 30 -12 3.46 5,131 .030
  BA 11 Sup. Frontal Gyrus -16 54 -15 3.30   .037
  BA 11 Med. Frontal Gyrus -6 61 -17 3.28   .037
  BA 21 Mid. Temporal Gyrus -44 2 -34 3.27 737 .038
  BA 38 Sup. Temporal Gyrus -34 6 -27 3.03   
  BA 3 Postcentral Gyrus 57 -18 29 2.74   
  BA 10 Mid. Frontal Gyrus -30 52 1 3.13 140 .046
  BA 46 Inf. Frontal Gyrus 55 43 2 3.11 104 .048
  BA 43 Postcentral Gyrus 69 -9 17 2.98 136  
   Thalamus -24 -23 1 3.01 752  
   Thalamus -16 -31 2 2.98   
  1. * BA is Brodmann Area, Talairach x, y, z co-ordinates; positive × values are in right hemisphere; Z is z-score; cluster size is number of voxels (blank entry denotes part of previous cluster); FDR is False Discovery Rate (blank entry denotes not significant p < .05).