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  • Introduction

Face-selective regions on the fusiform gyrus (FG), or “Fusiform Face Areas (FFAs)”, were defined as either mFus-faces/FFA-2 or pFus-faces/FFA-1 for each of 1053 participants from Human Connectome Project Young Adult (HCP-YA, S1200 data release, 2017) by taking both individual cortical landmarks (OTS: occipito-temporal sulcus; CoS: collateral sulcus; MFS: mid-fusiform sulcus) and face-selective activation clusters (faces versus others, Z>1.65, p<0.05, uncorrected) into account. At least one face-selective region was identifiable in every hemisphere in each participant and 95.44% of hemispheres had two face-selective regions on the FG. The probabilistic maps and maximum probability maps (MPMs) were also created for the face-selective regions. All maps are provided in both 32k_fs_LR and fsaverage spaces. Please see readme.pdf for more information about this dataset.

  • Data acquisition

Blocked design, 4 conditions (faces, places, tools and body parts), 2 runs, 8 task blocks (10 trials of 2.5 s each; half uses the 2-back and the other half uses the 0-back working memory task, and a 2.5 s cue indicates the task type at the start of a block) per run, 4 fixation blocks (15 s each) per run, 3T scanner, TR = 720 ms, 405 volumes per run.

  • Contrast of interest

face vs. others, or, face vs. avg.

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