Ageing and Longevity

Our memories don't get worse as we age - just more cluttered, study suggests

While memory becomes more cluttered as we age, evidence suggests that older people can also have enhanced creativity. Image: UNSPLASH/Christian Bowen

Alexander Easton

Professor of Psychology, Durham University


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