Journal of Aging Research / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Caudate Nucleus Volume Mediates the Link between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Cognitive Flexibility in Older Adults

Figure 2

Correlation paths relating directly to measures of cardiorespiratory integrity (VO2max). Colored lines show significant correlations and the width of the line reflects the strength of the relationship. All correlation values are reported in the text. Variables highlighted in the “Covariates” section were used as control factors in the partial correlation analyses for the other pathways. Behavioral results reflect between condition changes in performance (i.e., costs). VO2max: V O 2 , Task Switching: TS, Flanker Task: Flank, accuracy: Acc, reaction time: RT, nucleus accumbens: NAcc., putamen: Put. globus pallidus: Pall. education: Educ., body mass index: BMI, intracranial volume: ICV.
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