6 edition of The aging mind : opportunities in cognitive research found in the catalog.
The aging mind : opportunities in cognitive research
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging ; Paul C. Stern and Laura L. Carstensen, editors|
|Contributions||Stern, Paul C., 1944-, Carstensen, Laura L, National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging|
|LC Classifications||BF724.55. C63 A48 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||00008630|
We aimed to investigate the association between loneliness and cognitive impairment among older men and women in China. Data for eligible participants aged 65 years and older were derived from the latest two waves (/ and /) of the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. A logistic regression analysis was performed to determine whether the association between Cited by: 1. Cognitive reserve refers to the many ways that neural, cognitive, and psychosocial processes can adapt and change in response to brain aging, damage, or disease, with the overarching effect of preserving cognitive function. Cognitive reserve therefore helps to explain why cognitive abilities in late life vary as dramatically as they do, and why some individuals are brittle to Cited by: 1.
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The Aging Mind offers a global view on what is and should be the research on cognition in aging. It's a framework that integrates the most relvant areas of research and proposes specific actions to improve understanding of the aging mind and develop actions for promoting health in the aging elder.5/5(1).
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Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. National Research Council. Now is a time of great promise for learning more about the aging mind and turning that knowledge to the advantage of older people.
Neuroscientists are making rapid progress in understanding the neural basis of sensation, memory, language, and other cognitive functions and are poised to understand, at the molecular and cellular levels, neural changes that affect the life course of cognitive.
The NIA should undertake a major research initiative to improve understanding of the structure of the aging mind, including the identification of mechanisms at the behavioral and neural levels that contribute to age-related change in cognitive functioning.
Understanding the aging mind --Neural health --Cognition in context --Structure of the aging mind --Implementation --Age-related shifts in neural circuit characteristics and their impact on age-related cognitive impairments / John H.
Morrison --Homeostatic processes in brain aging: the role of apoptosis, inflammation, and oxidative stress in regulating healthy neural circuitry in the aging brain /. The aging mind: opportunities in cognitive research / Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging ; Paul C.
Stern and Laura L. Carstensen, editors ; Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council. Research on the aging mind is motivated not only by curiosity about cognitive functioning, but also by a search for practical ways to maintain and improve the cognitive performance of aging individuals.
Excerpt. Inthe National Institute on Aging (NIA) asked the National Research Council to identify areas of opportunity in which additional research support would substantially improve understanding of cognitive functioning in aging. The Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging was formed to identify highly promising opportunities in behavioral science, cognitive science, and Cited by: Thus, research on the aging mind includes studies to determine the health of aging neurons; the ways in which social, behavioral, and somatic variables affect neural health and cognitive structure, content, and process; and the effects of molecular, cellular, and behavioral interventions on neural health and cognitive : Paul C Stern, Laura L Carstensen.
National Research Council (US) Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging; Stern PC, Carstensen LL, editors. The Aging Mind: Opportunities in Cognitive Research.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); Cited by: Thelen ial Impact of Dynamic Systems Theory of Research in Cognitive Aging. Outline prepared for the Committee on Future Directions for Behavioral and Social Sciences Research at the National Institutes of Health, National Research Council; Washington, D.C.
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The Aging Mind: Opportunities in Cognitive Research. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); Cited by: 4. TE AGEING POPULATION AGEING MIND LITERATURE REVIEW REPORT the Big Window® Consulting Ltd | PAGE 9 Executive summary This review presents current academic thinking about cognitive ageing.
It considers how age-related changes in cognitive abilities affect consumer interactions with financial products and Size: 1MB. The Aging Mind offers a global view on what is and should be the research on cognition in aging. It's a framework that integrates the most relvant areas of research and proposes specific actions to improve understanding of the aging mind and develop actions for promoting health in the aging elder.5/5.
Neuropsychological testing can help determine if the subject is experiencing cognitive changes of normal aging or the earliest signs of AD or possibly mild cognitive impairment (MCI). In general, atypical antipsychotic medications are preferred in the treatment of psychosis in AD because of a Cited by: This rapidly growing body of research has come to constitute a new discipline, which may be called cognitive neuroscience of aging.
The goal of Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging is to introduce the reader to this new discipline at a level that is useful to both professionals and students in the domains of cognitive neuroscience, cognitive Format: Paperback.
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Higgins. This was the conclusion of the National Research Council's (NRC's) Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging, articulated in The Aging Mind: Opportunities in Cognitive Research.
1 “Now is a time of great promise for learning more about the aging mind and turning that knowledge to the advantage of older people,” the NRC. “Memory concerns and age-related cognitive losses are some of the most significant issues we face as we age. Those who desire improved brain and general health should read Dr.
Timothy Jennings’s book The Aging addition to providing a comprehensive review of normal brain aging, Dr. Jennings translates data from recent scientific studies into practical strategies for improving.While it's true that some functions in the aging brain decline, neuroscientists have discovered that many other brain functions remain stable - or even improve - as we age.
Furthermore, We're all getting older every day, and scientific research has shown that starting in /5.Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Cognitive aging and adaptive technologies. In: Stern, P.C., Carstensen, L.
(eds.) Committee on Future Directions for Cognitive Research on Aging. The Aging Mind: Opportunities in Cognitive Research, pp. – National Academy Press, Washington () Cited by: 8.