The connectivity maps of each cingulate seed ROI (Pcorrected < .05, corresponding to Puncorrected < .001 and a cluster size of 810 mm3) are presented in Figure 2 (see also the eFigure). In general, the strongest connectivity of each cingulate ROI was adjacent to its seed region. Nonadjacent regions also showed significant connectivity associated with each cingulate subregion. Specifically, the sACC showed significant blood oxygenation level–dependent synchrony with dACC, medial wall of the superior frontal and orbitofrontal cortex, caudate, middle temporal cortex, precuneus, and vPCC. The oACC showed connectivity with sACC, dACC, superior frontal cortex, middle temporal cortex, insula, caudate, ventral striatum, precentral cortex, and precuneus. The dACC showed connectivity with sACC; oACC; superior frontal, orbitofrontal, and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex; dorsal and ventral striatum; and thalamus. The MCC showed connectivity with dACC, superior and middle frontal cortex, PCC, insula, superior temporal cortex, inferior parietal cortex, thalamus, precuneus/cuneus, and precentral cortex. The dPCC showed connectivity with PCC, precuneus, cuneus, middle frontal and orbitofrontal gyrus, and thalamus (left side only). The vPCC showed connectivity with PCC, precuneus, cuneus, lingual gyrus, angular gyrus, middle and superior temporal gyrus, inferior parietal gyrus, medial superior and middle frontal gyrus, and parahippocampal gyrus (right side only). The RSC showed connectivity with PCC, postcentral cortex, precuneus, cuneus, parahippocampal/fusiform gyrus, thalamus, superior frontal gyrus (left side only), medial precentral area, left cerebellum, and superior temporal gyrus.