Older adults: Semantic fluency vs. Counting gPPI seed: right precuneus

Contributed by SandraMartin on Nov. 18, 2020

Collection: Age-Dependent Contribution of Domain-General Networks to Semantic Cognition

Description: PPI group results for older adults for contrast semantic fluency vs. counting based on seed in right precuneus. Positive activity stands for semantic fluency, negative activity for counting. Results are masked with a gray matter mask which restricted statistical tests to voxels with a gray matter probability > 0.3 (SPM12 tissue probability map).

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