new paper on working memory in aging

We used noninvasive neurostimulation to understand and improve working memory in aging – a primary goal of translational neuroscience. Findings illuminate theta networks and theta-gamma coupling as distinct but complementary mechanisms supporting this vital cognitive process. Both mechanisms are amenable to intervention, the effectiveness of which can be predicted by individual demographic factors. Paper published in NeuroImage.

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