Memory loss among the elderly is lower than what was originally thought

5 junio 2015

The capacity to recall specific facts deteriorates with age, but other types of memory do not, new research suggests. Elderly people remember fewer specific details than younger people and, in general, both groups retain concrete information about events experienced better than abstract information. The main difference is to be found in the capacity to remember more distant facts: youngsters remember them better.
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