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  • Seniors make better decisions with fewer options
  • Seniors make better decisions with fewer options
    Andrew Beeston (2008) ©
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Seniors make better decisions with fewer options

As people get older, they experience a decline in cognitive functions, but does this translate into an impaired ability to make decisions? Recent studies suggest that when it comes to seniors, supporting effective decision making means breaking it down into fewer options.

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