Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 24 pp 25643—25652

Healthy memory aging - the benefits of regular daily activities increase with age


Figure 2. The relative importance of all life activities, education, and baseline memory for predicting changes in memory, as estimated from sensitivity analysis. In contrast to Figure 1, we show the combined importance of life activities (total sum). Note that on average age-related changes are characterized as an increasing trend for the combined effect of life activities on changes in cognitive health, whereas effects of education and baseline cognition are decreasing.