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Age differences in the fronto-striato-parietal network underlying serial ordering

Neurobiology of Aging

Jan 11, 2020

Zheng YeThomas F Münte

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Maintaining the ability to arrange thoughts and actions in an appropriate serial order is crucial for complex behavior. We aimed to investigate age differences in the fronto-striato-parietal network underlying serial ordering using functional magnetic resonance imaging. We exposed 25 yo...read more

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Prefrontal Cortex
Corpus Striatum Structure
Proton Pump Inhibitors
Motor Cortex
Detected (Finding)
Parietal Region
Entire Posterior Parietal Artery
Neural Network of Parietal Part of Head
Clinical Trials
Parietal Lobe
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Age differences in the fronto-striato-parietal network underlying serial ordering

Neurobiology of Aging

Jan 11, 2020

Zheng YeThomas F Münte

PMID: 31918954

DOI: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2019.12.007

Abstract

Maintaining the ability to arrange thoughts and actions in an appropriate serial order is crucial for complex behavior. We aimed to investigate age differences in the fronto-striato-parietal network underlying serial ordering using functional magnetic resonance imaging. We exposed 25 yo...read more

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Prefrontal Cortex
Corpus Striatum Structure
Proton Pump Inhibitors
Motor Cortex
Detected (Finding)
Parietal Region
Entire Posterior Parietal Artery
Neural Network of Parietal Part of Head
Clinical Trials
Parietal Lobe

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