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Table 4 Partial correlations predicting SAPS scores

From: Regional cortical thinning in young adults with schizophrenia but not psychotic or non-psychotic bipolar I disorder

  ROI Partial correlation p value
Frontal 1. Frontal pole 0.045 0.569
2. Superior fontal − 0.074 0.352
3. Rostral middle frontal − 0.026 0.748
4. Caudal middle frontal − 0.120 0.133
5. Pars opercularis − 0.141 0.075
6. Pars triangularis − 0.175 0.027
7. Pars orbitalis − 0.167 0.036
8. Precentral − 0.117 0.142
9. Paracentral − 0.114 0.154
10. Lateral orbitofrontal − 0.163 0.040
11. Medial orbitofrontal − 0.088 0.269
Parietal 12. Superior parietal − 0.090 0.260
13. Inferior Parietal − 0.207 0.009
14. Supramarginal − 0.172 0.030
15. Postcentral − 0.056 0.483
16. Precuneus − 0.188 0.018
Temporal 17. Temporal pole − 0.099 0.217
18. Superior temporal − 0.107 0.179
19. Middle temporal −  0.257 0.001
20. Inferior temporal − 0.246 0.002
21. Bank Sup. Temp. sulcus − 0.217 0.006
22. Fusiform −  0.255 0.001
23. Transverse temporal 0.040 0.614
24. Parahippocampal − 0.043 0.591
25. Entorhinal − 0.157 0.048
Occipital 26. Lateral occipital − 0.154 0.053
27. Lingual − 0.111 0.162
28. Cuneus − 0.037 0.643
29. Pericalcarine − 0.016 0.845
Cingulate 30. Rostral Ant. cingulate 0.028 0.730
31. Caudal Ant. cingulate 0.074 0.356
32. Posterior cingulate − 0.115 0.151
33. Isthmus of cingulate 0.012 0.882
Insula 34. Insula − 0.065 0.417
  1. Values derived from linear regression predicting SAPS scores. Significance values are uncorrected for multiple comparisons. Italicized regions indicate significance prior to multiple comparisons correction. Bolditalic regions were significant after Bonferroni correcting for 34 comparisons
  2. ROI region of interest, CON control, SCZ schizophrenia, PBD psychotic bipolar disorder, NPBD non-psychotic, bipolar disorder, Temp. temporal, Sup. superior, Ant. anterior