Reduced frontal cortex efficiency is associated with lower white matter integrity in aging.

Large scale brain functional networks support sentence comprehension: evidence from both explicit and implicit language tasks.

White matter integrity is associated with cerebrospinal fluid markers of Alzheimer's disease in normal adults.

Left middle temporal and inferior frontal regions contribute to speed of lexical decision: a TMS study.

Dissociated stimulus and response conflict effect in the Stroop task: evidence from evoked brain potentials and brain oscillations.

Evidence for reduced efficiency and successful compensation in older adults during task switching.

Longitudinal alterations to brain function, structure, and cognitive performance in healthy older adults: A fMRI-DTI study.

Dynamic brain architectures in local brain activity and functional network efficiency associate with efficient reading in bilinguals.

Separate Brain Circuits Support Integrative and Semantic Priming in the Human Language System.

White matter microstructure contributes to age-related declines in task-induced deactivation of the default mode network.