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Fig. 2. From: Age-Related Functional Changes in Gustatory and Reward Processing Regions: An fMRI Study.

Significantly greater activation in the older group relative to the young in the hunger state during hedonic evaluation is shown in response to sucrose (green), citric acid (yellow), and caffeine (red).

Aaron Jacobson, et al. Neuroimage. ;53(2):602-610.
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Fig. 1. From: Age-Related Functional Changes in Gustatory and Reward Processing Regions: An fMRI Study.

Fig. 1a. Regions of significantly increased or decreased activity in the older adults relative to the young adults while in a state of hunger in response to all stimuli: warm colors indicate greater activity in the older adults; cool colors indicate a greater response in the young adults.
Fig. 1b. Regions of significantly increased or decreased activity in the older adults relative to the young adults while in a state of satiety in response to all stimuli: warm colors indicate greater activity in the older adults; cool colors indicate a greater response in the young adults.

Aaron Jacobson, et al. Neuroimage. ;53(2):602-610.

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