Brains of Old People are Slowing but Experience More than Makes Up for the Decline

Past research shows fluid intelligence declines with age, but provides no definitive conclusion as to whether decision-making abilities declines as people age

By Sean Nealon

Sept. 25, 2013 - The brains of older people are slowing but experience more than makes up for the decline, a University of California, Riverside assistant professor of management and several colleagues found when asking the participants a series of financially related questions. Read more...