Why I study...Cognitive gerontology

Pat Rabbitt
COMPLETE explanations of why any of us do anything for an entire working lifetime are uninteresting because, if they are truthful, they are plotless catalogues of random accidents. The experience of watching the indignities that age perpetrated on a much-loved grandfather and mother has certainly sustained my determination that understanding cognitive change in later life is the first essential step to doing something about it.

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