Superagers, people aged 95 and older, showed more activation between their left and right frontoparietal control network in their brains than their younger counterparts. The superior connectivity contributed to better performance on visuospatial cognitive tasks, a new study reports.
Low-intensity exercise triggers brain networks associated with cognitive control and attention processing, while high-intensity exercise activates networks involved in emotional processing.
A new study reports patients with psychosis experience accelerated brain aging in the frontoparietal and cingulo-opercular networks.
Findings raise more questions about the origins of human cognition.
Researchers add to evidence that omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids promote health brain aging.
A new study sheds light on how the brain helps us to learn and make decisions in the real world.
Researchers report the frontoparietal network plays a key role in why humans have superior reasoning skills.