Distinct aspects of frontal lobe structure mediate age-related differences in fluid intelligence and multitasking

@inproceedings{Kievit2014DistinctAO,
  title={Distinct aspects of frontal lobe structure mediate age-related differences in fluid intelligence and multitasking},
  author={Rogier A Kievit and Simon W. Davis and Daniel J. Mitchell and Jason R. Taylor and John Duncan and Richard N. A. Henson and Lorraine K. Tyler and Carol Brayne and Edward T. Bullmore and Andrew C. Calder and Rhodri Cusack and Tim Dalgleish and Fiona E. Matthews and William D. Marslen-Wilson and James Rowe and Meredith A. Shafto and Karen L. Campbell and Teresa Cheung and Linda Geerligs and Anna McCarrey and Kamen A. Tsvetanov and Nitin Williams and Lauren Bates and Tina Emery and Sharon Erzinçlioğlu and Andrew Gadie and Sofia Gerbase and Stanimira D Georgieva and Claire J. Hanley and Beth Parkin and David Troy and Jodie T Allen and Gillian Amery and Liana Amunts and Anne Barcroft and Amanda Castle and Cheryl Dias and Jonathan Dowrick and Melissa Fair and Hayley Fisher and Anna Goulding and Adarsh Grewal and Geoff Hale and Andrew Hilton and Frances Johnson and Patricia V. Johnston and Thea Kavanagh-Williamson and Magdalena Kwasniewska and Alison M. McMinn and Kim P Norman and Jessica Penrose and Fiona Roby and Diane Rowland and John Sargeant and Maggie Squire and Beth Stevens and Aldabra Stoddart and Cheryl Stone and Tracy A. Thompson and Ozlem Yazlik and Dan Barnes and Marie Dixon and Jaya Hillman and Joanne N Mitchell and Laura Villis},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2014}
}
Ageing is characterized by declines on a variety of cognitive measures. These declines are often attributed to a general, unitary underlying cause, such as a reduction in executive function owing to atrophy of the prefrontal cortex. However, age-related changes are likely multifactorial, and the relationship between neural changes and cognitive measures is not well-understood. Here we address this in a large (N=567), population-based sample drawn from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing and… CONTINUE READING
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