Age-Related Cognitive Decline During Normal Aging: The Complex Effect of Education (2000)

The purpose of this study was to further analyze the effects of education on cognitive decline during normal aging. Two main findings were obtained: (a) In people with low education, maximum scores more often were observed not in the youngest group but in the second age range (middle age adults: 31-50 years); and (b) Several different types of relationships between education and cognitive decline during normal aging were found, depending on aspect of cognitive functioning.

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2000-08-15
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A. Ardila, F. Ostosky-Solis, M. Rosselli and Susan Gibson. Age-Related Cognitive Decline During Normal Aging: The Complex Effect of Education 2000. Web. 9 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/acn_cplx/acn_c.pdf>
A. Ardila, F. Ostosky-Solis, M. Rosselli & Susan Gibson (2000). Age-Related Cognitive Decline During Normal Aging: The Complex Effect of Education. Retrieved August 9, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/acn_cplx/acn_c.pdf
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