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ERRATUM Erratum to: Brain Effects of Cognitive Remediation Therapy in Schizophrenia: A Structural and Functional Neuroimaging Studyby Penadés et al. which appeared in Biological Psychiatry (2013;73:10151023). In the original Table 3, coordinates were expressed in non- transformed voxel parameters. In order to facilitate meta-analyses and provide clarity, the authors have provided a corrected Table 3 with the data expressed in MNI standard coordinates. Additionally, there is an error in the heading of Table 4. The provided coordinates are MNI coordinates, and not Talairach coordinates as originally labeled. These modications do not alter the results of the study. The authors apologize for these mistakes. Table 3. Peak Activation/Deactivation of Independent Component Analysis Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Results Anatomical Location Cluster Size MNI Coordinates X/Y/Z Z Baseline: Cross-sectional Data IC1 CEN, CRT HC Task-related activation L superior parietal lobe 147,597 26/ 66/52 6.37 R middle frontal gyrus 37,666 42/38/24 5.82 Medial frontal gyrus (BA 6) 11,461 2/18/44 5.29 Task-related deactivation R parietal lobe 28,226 22/ 34/72 4.27 Anterior cingulate (BA 32) 15,101 6/46/ 12 3.89 L inferior occipital gyrus 5243 30/ 98/ 5 4.34 R inferior occipital gyrus 3064 30/ 94/ 4 4.15 IC8 DMN, CRT SST Rest-related activation R precuneus 89,926 10/ 66/28 5.77 L inferior occipital gyrus (BA 18) 9739 30/ 98/0 5.34 R inferior occipital gyrus (BA 18) 9208 26/ 98/ 4 5.02 Rest-related deactivation L inferior parietal lobe 39,774 46/ 38/56 5.03 R inferior parietal lobe 3597 46/ 42/52 3.53 R middle frontal gyrus 3408 30/2/60 3.46 Effect Time x Treatment: Longitudinal Data IC1 CEN, CRT group Baseline Posttreatment Task-related activation L superior parietal lobule 70,128 26/ 62/52 5.4 L middle frontal gyrus 11,764 34/50/16 3.51 R middle frontal gyrus 9601 42/42/20 4.79 Task-related deactivation L posterior cingulate 7139 0/ 57/16 3.33 Medial frontal gyrus 7038 2/38/ 20 3.53 L inferior occipital gyrus 1725 30/ 98/ 4 3.13 IC2 DMN, CRT group Baseline Posttreatment Rest-related activation L precuneus 62,548 2/ 56/36 6.04 L middle temporal gyrus 53,598 46/ 70/28 5.58 Rest-related deactivation L lingual gyrus 63,885 3/ 88/0 7.7 L precentral gyrus 51,364 38/ 18/60 7.79 R superior parietal lobe 18,559 22/ 66/60 6.22 R middle frontal gyrus 16,035 30/ 2/48 4.91 BA, Brodmann area; CEN, central executive network; CRT, cognitive remediation therapy; DMN, default mode network; HC, healthy control subjects; IC, independent component; L, left; MNI, Montreal Neurological Institute; R, right; SST, social skills training; TR, repetition time. 0006-3223/$36.00 BIOL PSYCHIATRY 2014;75:425 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2014.01.002 & 2014 Society of Biological Psychiatry

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Erratum to: “Brain Effects of Cognitive Remediation Therapy inSchizophrenia: A Structural and Functional Neuroimaging Study”by Penadés et al. which appeared in Biological Psychiatry(2013;73:1015–1023).

In the original Table 3, coordinates were expressed in non-transformed voxel parameters. In order to facilitate meta-analyses

0006-3223/$36.00http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2014.01.002

and provide clarity, the authors have provided a corrected Table 3with the data expressed in MNI standard coordinates. Additionally,there is an error in the heading of Table 4. The providedcoordinates are MNI coordinates, and not Talairach coordinatesas originally labeled. These modifications do not alter the results ofthe study. The authors apologize for these mistakes.

Table 3. Peak Activation/Deactivation of Independent Component Analysis Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Results

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Anatomical Location

Cluster Size MNI Coordinates

X/Y/Z

Z

Baseline: Cross-sectional Data

IC1 CEN, CRT � HC Task-related activation L superior parietal lobe 147,597 �26/�66/52 6.37 R middle frontal gyrus 37,666 42/38/24 5.82 Medial frontal gyrus (BA 6) 11,461 �2/18/44 5.29

Task-related deactivation

R parietal lobe 28,226 22/�34/72 �4.27 Anterior cingulate (BA 32) 15,101 6/46/�12 �3.89 L inferior occipital gyrus 5243 �30/�98/�5 �4.34 R inferior occipital gyrus 3064 30/�94/�4 �4.15

IC8 DMN, CRT � SST

Rest-related activation R precuneus 89,926 10/�66/28 5.77 L inferior occipital gyrus (BA 18) 9739 �30/�98/0 5.34 R inferior occipital gyrus (BA 18) 9208 26/�98/�4 5.02

Rest-related deactivation

L inferior parietal lobe 39,774 �46/�38/56 �5.03 R inferior parietal lobe 3597 46/�42/52 �3.53 R middle frontal gyrus 3408 30/2/60 �3.46

Effect Time x Treatment: Longitudinal Data

IC1 CEN, CRT group Baseline � Posttreatment Task-related activation L superior parietal lobule 70,128 �26/�62/52 5.4 L middle frontal gyrus 11,764 �34/50/16 3.51 R middle frontal gyrus 9601 42/42/20 4.79

Task-related deactivation

L posterior cingulate 7139 0/�57/16 �3.33 Medial frontal gyrus 7038 2/38/�20 �3.53 L inferior occipital gyrus 1725 �30/�98/�4 �3.13

IC2 DMN, CRT group

Baseline � Posttreatment Rest-related activation L precuneus 62,548 �2/�56/36 6.04 L middle temporal gyrus 53,598 �46/�70/28 5.58

Rest-related deactivation

L lingual gyrus 63,885 �3/�88/0 �7.7 L precentral gyrus 51,364 �38/�18/60 �7.79 R superior parietal lobe 18,559 22/�66/60 �6.22 R middle frontal gyrus 16,035 30/�2/48 �4.91

BA, Brodmann area; CEN, central executive network; CRT, cognitive remediation therapy; DMN, default mode network; HC,healthy control subjects; IC, independent component; L, left; MNI, Montreal Neurological Institute; R, right; SST, social skillstraining; TR, repetition time.

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