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Project: Demography and Economics of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease

Cognitive Aging: Imaging, Emotion, and Memory

This issue, "Cognitive Aging: Imaging, Emotion, and Memory," highlights National Institute on Aging-funded research that examines several aspects of cognitive function in older adults, particularly ways in which they think differently and what can be done to enhance cognition or strengthen their thought processes.

View Details Array ( [ID] => 4355 [id] => 4355 [title] => TRA05-2007-Cognitive-aging [filename] => TRA05-2007-Cognitive-aging.pdf [filesize] => 81420 [url] => https://www.prb.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/TRA05-2007-Cognitive-aging.pdf [link] => https://www.prb.org/resources/todays-research-on-aging-issue-5-cognitive-aging-imaging-emotion-and-memory/tra05-2007-cognitive-aging/ [alt] => [author] => 6 [description] => [caption] => Today’s Research on Aging, Issue 5, July 2007 Program and Policy Implications Cognitive Aging: Imaging, Emotion, and Memory Older adults commonly worry about losing their memory and other mental faculties. However, while aging is inevitable, severe cognitive decline is not a given. Fewer than one in five people over age 65 experiences moderate to severe memory impairment. Among those 85 and older, the share is higher, but still less than half. About one-third suffer from moderate to severe memory impairment. [name] => tra05-2007-cognitive-aging [status] => inherit [uploaded_to] => 8998 [date] => 2020-11-17 15:37:57 [modified] => 2020-12-20 20:01:56 [menu_order] => 0 [mime_type] => application/pdf [type] => application [subtype] => pdf [icon] => https://www.prb.org/wp-includes/images/media/document.png ) Download (0.1 MB)