Table 1 Brain Regions Identified For Search and Navigation.

From: Navigating through digital folders uses the same brain structures as real world navigation

Region Broadmann Area Max coordinate Cluster-level FDR corrected p Z k
Lobe Anatomical localization of cluster X Y Z
Search vs. control search (p = 0.001, k = 10, FDR cluster level correction p < 0.05)
 Parietal Precuneus/superior parietal lobule (L) 7, 19 −30 −78 40 0.016 4.10 252
 Frontal Middle/Inferior frontal gyrus (L) 9, 44, 45 −48 14 18 0.016 4.91 243
Navigation vs. control navigation (p = 0.001, k = 10, FDR cluster level correction p < 0.05)
 Limbic/Occipital/parietal Posterior cingulate (including the retrosplenial cortex (L,R), parahippocampal gyrus (L,R), cingulate gyrus (L,R) lingual gyrus (L,R), cuneus (L,R), precuneus (L,R) 18 (L,R), 23 (L,R), 29 (L,R), 30 (L,R) 20 −56 16 0.000 5.39 5563
 Frontal Middle/superior frontal gyrus (L) 6, 8 −24 14 62 0.039 4.86 164
 Parietal Precuneus (L), superior parietal lobule (L) 7, 19 −28 −64 48 0.039 4.23 181
(Navigation –Control Navigation) > (Search—Control Search) (p = 0.001, k = 10, FDR cluster level correction p < 0.05)
 Occipital/parietal Cuneus, precuneus (R) 7 (R), 31 (R) 12 −68 30 0.051 5.01 163
 Limbic/occipital/parietal Posterior cingulate, cuneus, precuneus (L) 7, 81, 31 −10 −72 28 0.053 4.27 228
 Limbic/Parietal Cingulate gyrus (R), precuneus (L,R) 7 (L,R), 31 (R) −4 −56 54 0.050 3.89 162
  1. L = left; R = right; k = minimum cluster size.