Brain scans have helped scientists pinpoint the brain’s wiring in the last few decades, and now they’re learning what happens to the brain when people get old.
In an attempt to find out, scientists at the University of California, San Diego, have scanned the brains of about 500 people and are now looking for patterns.
The research is being presented at the American Psychological Association meeting in San Diego on Thursday, and the results are revealing.
And the brains were older in some ways than the brains we have now,” said Pouwin.”
The brains of people that were younger when they died, had very similar structure to the brains that we are seeing now.”
“And the brains were older in some ways than the brains we have now,” said Pouwin.
The researchers say they can pinpoint the age of the brains by looking at a map of how their brainwaves change over time.
The map is made of blood vessels that carry oxygen from the blood to the areas of the brain where the brain activity is highest.
Those are the areas responsible for language, memory and attention. “
When we are going through the brain, we are only looking at one part of the activity, the areas that are responsible for the cognitive function of the cortex.
Those are the areas responsible for language, memory and attention.
We don’t see those as a complete system.”
The brain’s function was similar when people were younger and older, Poulen said.
The researchers also noticed changes in the blood vessels in the brains, which are linked to the activity of certain regions of the neural network.
The blood vessels change when the brain processes a certain kind of information.
For example, the brain may be more sensitive to certain kinds of images.
The scientists found that when the blood flow changed in a certain way, the activity in the brain went down, and there were fewer blood vessels, making the brain more active.
When you look at a baby brain, they’re not the same,” said Professor Pouwlin.”
The older adults have this sort of brain that’s a bit more damaged than the younger adults.””
In the older adults, the blood is moving through the cortex, and in younger adults, it’s going through more of the cerebrospinal fluid and the cerebellum, which is involved in a whole bunch of functions.
The older adults have this sort of brain that’s a bit more damaged than the younger adults.”
What’s more, the changes in brain structure that occur when a person is older are similar to changes that happen when a baby’s brain develops.
“The patterns of blood flow change that are correlated with the changes that we find in the developing brain of the baby,” said V.R. Lhamb, one of the researchers.
“And we see that the changes are consistent with changes that occur in the young brains of the young person.”
It’s important to note that people can still get brain damage from brain damage, and that people with normal brain function do not necessarily develop dementia.
That’s because the brain changes associated with aging can be reversed with medications that restore blood flow in the right places.
Dr. Llamb said that although the results suggest that the age-related changes in people’s brains are the same as those seen in people with Alzheimer’s disease, they are not clear whether or not those changes are a result of that disease.
“It’s very important to keep in mind that there are people who are still at risk for developing dementia, and it’s important for people to be aware of the fact that this is not a cause of dementia,” said Lisa Rabinowitz, an epidemiologist at the National Institute on Aging who was not involved in the study.
“We also have studies in humans that have shown that people who have had a stroke are more likely to have cognitive impairment.”
There are other ways to monitor the brain over time, including using magnetic resonance imaging, which allows scientists to track changes in blood flow.
It’s an exciting new way to track brain changes over time and it could give scientists new insights into Alzheimer’s and other cognitive disorders, such as depression.
“What we are now seeing in this study is a very exciting step forward in understanding the function of this brain structure, and we are hopeful that this could provide insight into how we might be able to use this information to help treat the disease and to prevent dementia,” Latham said.