Dominant hemisphere functional networks compensate for structural connectivity loss to preserve phonological retrieval with aging

Description: Unthresholded maps for the above manuscript Figure 1 Second level subtractive analysis for words>baseline contrast for old>young groups Figure 2 Left insula PPI connectivity analysis using seed region as -30, 20, -14 for subtractive analysis (old>young groups) Figure 3 Fractional anisotropy (FA) measured on DTI for subtractive analysis young>old adults Figure 4 Parametric model with Reaction time (RT) applied to PPI connectivity analysis from left insula (-30, 20, -14) showing negative correlations between functional connectivity and RT.

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