Individual differences in cerebral perfusion as a function of age and loneliness

Description: Resting-state arterial spin labeling (PASL) statistical maps from a group of younger (n = 44, 34 females, mean age 20.89 (3.21)) and a group of older adults (n = 45, 29 females, mean age 63.40 (6.60)) examining cerebral blood flow (CBF) as a function of age and loneliness. The two age groups were matched with the levels of loneliness. The results revealed a main effect of age and an interaction effect between age and loneliness on whole-brain voxel-wise CBF.

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