Distinct Brain and Behavioral Benefits From Cognitive vs. Physical Training: A Randomized Trial in Aging Adults
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Sandra B. Chapman, Sina Aslan, Jeffrey S. Spence, Molly W. Keebler, Laura F. DeFina, Nyaz Didehbani, Alison M. Perez, Hanzhang Lu and Mark D'Esposito
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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project
Jeffrey S. Spence, PhD
Director of Biostatistics
Mark D’Esposito, MD
Distinguished BrainHealth Scientist Collaborator, The BrainHealth Project
Preserving brain health is integral to longevity, especially in an ever-growing aging population.
Healthy older and younger individuals demonstrate significant differences in the brain’s blood-oxygen response, as shown with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Sammons BrainHealth Imaging Center
Located at Center for BrainHealth, the Sammons BrainHealth Imaging Center is a one-of-a-kind facility completely focused on human brain imaging to measure changes in brain health and function. The design and field strength are optimized for functional MRI (fMRI), providing crisp anatomical detail and a signal-to-noise ratio that reduces distortion to facilitate the acquisition and interpretation of data.