Andy’s Quick Hits (164): Memory loss and knowledge in old age

There’s been a few studies out in the last week or so on ageing, memory, memory loss, and knowledge.

The first sounds pretty obvious, but it showed that those with less memory loss in old age gained more knowledge — this was trying to disentangle the causal relationship with this because memory loss in old age may not be related to a lifetime of collected…

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