Age-Related Changes in Default Mode Sub-Networks
Xueli Wang 1 , Jin Xu 1 , XiuFen Zhang 1 , Xiaolong Peng 1 , and Pan Lin 1
Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Xi'an
Jiaotong University, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China
Default mode network(DMN) plays an important role in
neural cognitive research. Previous studies have
suggested that functional connectivity of DMN will
decrease with age, which may also cause cognitive
decline. However, there is still lack of studies on
age-related changes in default mode sub-networks such as
anterior default mode network (aDMN) and posterior
default mode network (pDMN). The aim of this study was
to investigate the age-related effects on functional
connectivity between aDMN and pDMN during resting state.
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