(left panel) MT+ complex. Human MT+ can be defined as an area of high cortical myelin in the ventral occipitotemporal cortex (top left). Its connectivity fingerprint (shading indicates standard error) indicates strong projections from visual tracts such as the optic radiation (OR), vertical occipital fascicle (VOF), inferior fronto-occipital fascicle (IFO), and inferior longitudinal fascicle (ILF) (bottom row). According to previous work, macaque MT+ is located in the ventral bank of the superior temporal sulcus (middle right). Calculating the KL divergence of the connectivity fingerprint of human MT+ and the connectivity fingerprint of each macaque vertex (top right) shows the lowest divergence in the STS, with a thresholded image identifying the area predicted by previous work (middle left). (right panel) Area F6. Macaque area F6 (left) receives projections from, among others, the frontal aslant (FA) and the superior longitudinal fascicle (SLF) (bottom row). Calculating the KL divergence of the connectivity fingerprint of macaque F6 and the connectivity fingerprint of each human vertex shows the lowest divergence on the medial wall, with a thresholded image identifying human pre-SMA (right).