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Friday, 18 January 2013 04:15

DOES AGE AFFECT MEMORY?

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Yes, Generation X potentially have a more restored memory than those from Generation Z. In fact, aging doesn’t necessarily affect ones’ memory; a survey conducted between various age groups quaintly depicted that people aged 31-40 had the preeminent memory. The survey included two investigations: a visual-memory test and a word-memory test. This is virtuous news as this doesn’t insist that memory loss and dementia are inevitable. While selected precise abilities do deteriorate with age, general memory remains durable for most…

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