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Modulation of attention networks serving reorientation in healthy aging

Figure 3. Grand-averaged beamformer images (pseudo-t) for each oscillatory response. In each image, data from both conditions and all participants have been grand averaged. Theta responses were strongest in bilateral medial occipital cortices. In contrast, robust decreases in alpha activity were seen in more lateral occipital cortices bilaterally and the left superior parietal lobule. Decreases in beta activity were also observed in bilateral occipital cortices and the left intraparietal sulcus. Gamma-frequency responses were strongest in the medial bilateral visual cortices.