Where cognitive development and aging meet: face learning ability peaks after age 30.

Abstract

Research on age-related cognitive change traditionally focuses on either development or aging, where development ends with adulthood and aging begins around 55 years. This approach ignores age-related changes during the 35 years in-between, implying that this period is uninformative. Here we investigated face recognition as an ability that may mature late… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2010.11.002

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@article{Germine2011WhereCD, title={Where cognitive development and aging meet: face learning ability peaks after age 30.}, author={Laura T. Germine and Bradley Duchaine and Ken Nakayama}, journal={Cognition}, year={2011}, volume={118 2}, pages={201-10} }