Browsing Recreation and Leisure Studies by Subject "Cognition--Age factors"
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A PILOT STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CASUAL VIDEO GAMES IN IMPROVING COGNITION IN PEOPLE AGED 50 YEARS AND OLDER (East Carolina University, 2015)Cognitive health impacts quality of life, ability to maintain independence, and even survival. As adults age, cognition is known to decline. Effective interventions are needed to maintain and improve cognition for an aging ...