Andy’s Quick Hits (161): Young brains lack the wisdom of their elders

Always keen in my ageing to show that my brain beats those of those smart young whippersnappers, this study nicely supports this. The researchers note that older brains are not slower but wiser which enables a comparable level of performance — good to know — but how did they study this?

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