Annual meeting for the Middle Tennessee Psychological Association
If we have the good fortune, we will all age and experience age-related changes in our mental function. Yet, stereotypes for the aging brain are pervasive and generally paint a bleak picture of decline. I will review the current scientific understanding of the aging mind and the steps that are being taken by aging researchers to better understand how we can ward off age-related declines in mental function and maintain our mental capacities as we age.
To view the keynote presentation slides, please follow this link: (https://www.dropbox.com/s/vajiuplxv55pk9g/MTPA%20keynote.pptx?dl=0)
James R. Houston