Time to pause and reflect
It is been found that alterations in the connectivity of the DMN participate in cognitive decline, as well as several neurodegenerative disorders. The DMN is less active when attentional networks, which are essential for executive function and memory are more active.
The ability to regulate the DMN by the activation of atten…
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