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They obtained positive correlations in (relatively anterior) right insula (Talairach coordinates = 28, 14, 6) and negative correlations in right middle frontal gyrus, right dorsal ACC, and posterior cingulate cortex (Brodmann's areas 24, 23, 31, respectively), bilateral (relatively posterior) insula, and bilateral orbitofrontal cortex (Brodmann's area 11).
Table 1 contains Talairach coordinates and Brodmann's area numbers for the areas of activation and deactivation.
Human cerebral cortex is divided up into 52 regions, called Brodmann's areas, in honor of the German neuroanatomist who described them in the 19th century.