Research Highlights


A recent set of studies published in the journal Aging and Mental Health demonstrates for the first time that learning multiple new tasks carries benefits for cognition long after the learning has been completed. These findings confirm the theory that older adults can learn new tasks and improve their cognition in the process, if they approach learning as a child does.

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