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Due to improvements in health care systems and medical care in most developed countries (including Germany and Australia), the average life expectancy has risen well above 80 years in recent years. Aging, however, has several direct and indirect effects on cognitive functions, for example decision-making and cognitive control, that are important to understand in order to improve the quality of life of elderly people.
Graduate researcher profile: Yiu Hong Ko
First published on 12 May 2022.
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