Age- and function-related regional changes in cortical folding of the default mode network in older adults

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Healthy aging is accompanied by changes in the functional architecture of the default mode network (DMN), e.g. a posterior to anterior shift (PASA) of activations. The putative structural correlate for this functional reorganization, however, is largely unknown. Changes in gyrification, i.e. decreases of cortical folding were found to be a marker of atrophy… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00429-016-1202-4

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