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What are the later life contributions to reserve, resilience, and compensation?

Neurobiology of Aging

Nov 1, 2019

Sara N. BurkeDenise C. Park

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Many studies have shown that early-life experiences can contribute to later life cognitive reserve and resilience. However, there is evidence to suggest that later life experiences and lifestyle choices can also play a vital role in the brain's ability to respond to and compensate for n...read more

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What are the later life contributions to reserve, resilience, and compensation?

Neurobiology of Aging

Nov 1, 2019

Sara N. BurkeDenise C. Park

PMID: 31732017

DOI: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2019.03.023

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Many studies have shown that early-life experiences can contribute to later life cognitive reserve and resilience. However, there is evidence to suggest that later life experiences and lifestyle choices can also play a vital role in the brain's ability to respond to and compensate for n...read more

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