Individual differences in trail making test A and dopamine D2R (Fallypride)

Contributed by mcablab on April 16, 2018

Collection: Aging, Dopamine D2 Receptors, and Cognition

Description: Results of regression analysis examining the association between individual differences in speed of processing as measured with the Trail Making Test Part A and individual differences in dopamine D2 receptor availability as measured with PET and the radioligand [18F]fallypride controlling for age in an adult life-span sample of healthy humans. Regression analysis included the continuous cognitive score (Trail Making Test Part A) and age as continuous independent variables with dopamine D2-like binding potential as the dependent variable. Data collected at Vanderbilt University in the Zald lab.

Tags: dopamine aging trail making test part a

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