Midlife Arterial Stiffness and Brain Activation During Working Memory Task

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Objective: Arterial stiffness is associated with cognitive decline and may serve as an early marker of brain vulnerability. In search of potential early intervention targets, the present study examined the neural correlates of working memory in relation to arterial stiffness in middle-aged, cognitively healthy adults. Methods: Twenty-eight adults, ages 4060… (More)

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@inproceedings{Steward2014MidlifeAS, title={Midlife Arterial Stiffness and Brain Activation During Working Memory Task}, author={Kayla A. Steward and Evan P. Pasha and Katyoon Goudarzi and Ahmed R. Elmenshawy and Mohammed Alkatan and Astrid Villalpando and Hirofumi Tanaka and Andreana P. Haley}, year={2014} }