Osnat Reichman Eisikovits

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Highly educated individuals have a lower risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease (AD). A common assumption is that their "cognitive reserve" protects them from cognitive decline and postpones the clinical manifestation of dementia. These highly educated individuals usually obtain normal scores on cognitive screening tests, although at the same(More)
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