Neural correlates of successful memory retrieval in aging: Do executive functioning and task difficulty matter?

@article{Angel2016NeuralCO,
  title={Neural correlates of successful memory retrieval in aging: Do executive functioning and task difficulty matter?},
  author={Lucie Angel and Christine Bastin and Sarah Genon and Eric Salmon and S{\'e}verine Fay and Evelyne Balteau and Pierre Maquet and Andr{\'e} Luxen and Michel Isingrini and Fabienne Collette},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2016},
  volume={1631},
  pages={53-71}
}
The current experiment aimed to explore age differences in brain activity associated with successful memory retrieval in older adults with different levels of executive functioning, at different levels of task demand. Memory performance and fMRI activity during a recognition task were compared between a young group and two older groups characterized by a low (old-low group) vs. high (old-high group) level of executive functioning. Participants first encoded pictures, presented once (Hard… CONTINUE READING
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