Do you think that cognitive decline has to accompany aging? That older brains need help when time to make a decision comes? You may need to think again. This Huffington Post article reports that some of the abilities related to decision making (e.g., strategic learning and consistency) do not decline between 50 and 70 and others may even increase(e.g., being conscientious and vigilant when making a decision).
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