Twins Study: Ammunition for Cognitive Reserve Theory

PhysOrg has a piece on another longitudinal study on cognitive reserve, the enhanced mental faculties that accrue to people with "knowledge" based professions such as research, science, and technology - using a wide variety of cognitive processes and stretch their capabilities.

Duke researchers compared intelligence test scores given to Army recruits in WWII with performance on cognitive tests later in life, through the prism of the individual's choice of career.

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