Thursday, December 14, 2006

Distractability increases with age

Filtering out irrelevant stimuli is done more easily when you are young than when you are old. This has profound implications for age-related decline in memory ability. Read about what you can do to compensate at my Web-site discussion of recent research on this matter.
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And don't forget to get my book, so you can put all this in context and actually improve your memory - not just compensate for age-related decline.

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