About The Author

Adriana is a postdoctoral fellow at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Research interests include mild cognitive impairment, resting-state fMRI, aging, visual attention, and Alzheimer's disease,

A Network Of Possibilities Beyond Age

When we are young, visual stimuli in the outer world — faces, objects, scenes — seem slow. But as we age, so do they seem to raise their speed. How does our brain make us perceive the world as too fast or too slow depending on our age? This question motivated the present study. Both