Different hemispheric roles in support of successful spoken sentence comprehension in old adults

Description: In the present fMRI study, we investigated how the aging brain copes with acoustic and syntactic challenges during successful spoken language comprehension. Thirty-eight healthy adults (mean age= 66 years; range = 54-80 years) participated in an fMRI experiment in which listeners indicated a gender of an agent in short spoken sentences with varying syntactic complexity (object-relative vs. subject-relative center-embedded clauses) and acoustic richness (high vs. low spectral detail with preserved intelligibility).

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