Patterns of frontoparietal activation as a marker for unsuccessful visuospatial processing in healthy aging

@article{Drag2015PatternsOF,
  title={Patterns of frontoparietal activation as a marker for unsuccessful visuospatial processing in healthy aging},
  author={Lauren L. Drag and Sharee N. Light and Scott A Langenecker and Kathleen E. Hazlett and Elisabeth A. Wilde and Robert Welsh and Brett A. Steinberg and Linas A. Bieliauskas},
  journal={Brain Imaging and Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={686-696}
}
Visuospatial abilities are sensitive to age-related decline, although the neural basis for this decline (and its everyday behavioral correlates) is as yet poorly understood. fMRI was employed to examine age-related differences in patterns of functional activation that underlie changes in visuospatial processing. All participants completed a brief neuropsychological battery and also a figure ground task (FGT) assessing visuospatial processing while fMRI was recorded. Participants included 16… CONTINUE READING

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