The Older Brain may be a Wiser Brain

The Older Brain may be a Wiser Brain

 Harvard’s Shelley H. Carson often stops random old people to do a”brain check”

When older people can no longer remember names at a cocktail party, they tend to think that their brainpower is declining. But a growing number of studies suggest that this assumption is often wrong.

Instead, the research finds, the aging brain is simply taking in more data and trying to sift through a clutter of information, often to its long-term benefit.

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