Relationships between cognitive function and frontal grey matter volumes and thickness in middle aged and early old-age adults: The PATH Through Life Study
The study examined the relationship of lateral frontal cortical volume and thickness with cognitive function in two samples of healthy middle aged (MA, 44-48. years old) and early old-age (OA, 64-68. years old) adults. T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging scans were acquired in 400 MA and 397 OA adults from respective random community samples. Cortical volumes and thickness were measured with a surface-based segmentation procedure (http://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu). Volumes of lateral...[Show more]
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