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Am J Psychiatry 2005;162:832-832.
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In the article "fMRI of Response to Nicotine During a Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement Task in Schizophrenia" by Jason R. Tregellas, Ph.D., et al., in the February issue (Am J Psychiatry 2005; 162:391–393), the first two sentences in the footnote to Figure 1 (p. 392) should read as follows: Figure shows differences in blood-oxygen-level-dependent (BOLD) responses between before and after nicotine compared with differences in BOLD responses before and after placebo; t values based on a second-level paired t test. Areas where nicotine showed less activation during the smooth pursuit eye movement task following nicotine administration compared with placebo were the right hippocampus (x=30, y=–15, z=–14) and bilateral parietal eye fields (right x=36, y=–62, z=36; left x=–42, y=–62, z=34).

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