Differential effects of age on subcomponents of response inhibition.

  title={Differential effects of age on subcomponents of response inhibition.},
  author={A. Sebastian and Claudia Baldermann and Bernd Feige and Michael Katzev and Elisa Scheller and B. Hellwig and K. Lieb and Cornelius Weiller and Oliver Tuescher and Stefan Kl{\"o}ppel},
  journal={Neurobiology of aging},
  volume={34 9},
Inhibitory deficits contribute to cognitive decline in the aging brain. Separating subcomponents of response inhibition may help to resolve contradictions in the existing literature. A total of 49 healthy participants underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) while performing a Go/no-go-, a Simon-, and a Stop-signal task. Regression analyses were conducted to identify correlations of age and activation patterns. Imaging results revealed a differential effect of age on subcomponents… CONTINUE READING

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