Memory and executive function in older adults: relationships with temporal and prefrontal gray matter volumes and white matter hyperintensities

@article{Petten2004MemoryAE,
  title={Memory and executive function in older adults: relationships with temporal and prefrontal gray matter volumes and white matter hyperintensities},
  author={Cyma van Petten and Elena Plante and Patrick S. R. Davidson and Trudy Y. Kuo and Elizabeth L. Glisky},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={1313-1335}
}
Forty-eight healthy adults aged 65-85 were recruited for structural magnetic resonance scans after an extensive neuropsychological battery that ensured a high degree of variability across the sample in performance on long-term memory tests, and on tests traditionally thought to rely on prefrontal cortex. Gray matter volumes were measured for three gyri in the frontal lobe (superior, middle, inferior), six gyri in the temporal lobe (superior, middle, inferior, fusiform, parahippocampal, and… CONTINUE READING

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