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The overall aim of this study was to test particular functional brain features that support higher resilience of cognitive performance during the course of Alzheimer’s disease. The current cross-sectional study assessed for the first time a core candidate functional brain substrate underlying higher cognition during the course of Alzheimer’s disease from preclinical to dementia stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

Original publication

DOI

10.1093/brain/awy008

Type

Journal article

Publisher

Brain

Publication Date

4/2018

Volume

141

Pages

1186 - 1200

Addresses

10.1093/brain/awy008

Keywords

Alzheimer’s disease, cognitive reserve, resting state connectivity, memory, dementia biomarkers