Younger and older adults benefit equally from computerized cognitive training

Takeaway

  • Previously reported efficacy from computerized cognitive training is comparable between healthy older and younger adults.

Why this matters

    There is growing interest in the use of computerized cognitive training to reduce cognitive decline across the adult lifespan. These important findings suggest that this non-pharmacological, easily accessible, and cost-effective training tool is equally effective in both younger and older adults.

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