Joe Thompson

Simon Fraser University

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PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and lead author of the study Over the Hill at 24: Persistent Age-Related Cognitive-Motor Decline in Reaction Times in an Ecologically Valid Video Game Task Begins in Early Adulthood

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Forget middle-age. New research shows that humans’ cognitive abilities start to slow down as early as age 24.

Over The Hill at 24

Forget middle-age. New research shows that humans’ cognitive abilities start to slow down as early as age 24.

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