Fig. 5, Panel A, Habenula Connectivity vs. Multimodal HCP Parcellation
Fig. 5: Key features of Hb connectivity with the cortex.
A, Top: Composite sensory and task responsiveness map from the multimodal HCP cortical parcellation (Glasser et al. 2016a), displayed on “very inflated” and “flat” right cortical surfaces with areal boundary lines. Colors indicate association with major sensory modalities assessed by HCP tasks (blue = visual, red = auditory, green = somatosensory). Shading indicates overall responsiveness to HCP tasks (light = task-positive, dark = task-negative).
A, Bottom: Map of significant (pTFCE-FWE < 0.05) positive Hb connectivity (outlined in white) overlaid on the multimodal HCP parcellation. Cortical Hb connectivity included early processing areas of all major sensory modalities and was restricted to task-positive regions, terminating abruptly at boundaries with task-negative areas (e.g., dmPFC, posterior cingulate).
Surface Mesh:32k fs LR, Atlas:Conte69, Species:Human, Registration:MSMAll