When elderly people stay active, their brains have more of a class of proteins that enhances the connections between neurons to maintain healthy cognition.
University of California – San Francisco. “Exercise alters brain chemistry to protect aging synapses: Enhanced nerve transmission seen in older adults who remained active.” ScienceDaily. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/01/220107100955.htm (accessed January 8, 2022).
I was about to write a snarky comment but I forgot what it was.
Journal Reference – Kaitlin Casaletto, Alfredo Ramos‐Miguel, Anna VandeBunte, Molly Memel, Aron Buchman, David Bennett, William Honer. Late‐life physical activity relates to brain tissue synaptic integrity markers in older adults. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 2022; DOI: 10.1002/alz.12530
How is everyone’s Sunday morning going? I’m learning more about incentive salience theory. Old video but still quite informative.
1.0 per week in 2009.
Experience matters. Now I know why from the following NYT article.
Better pattern recognition, significance recognition, and faster solutions.
I hope you kept some of your older underwriters on the payroll.
Adult Learning – Neuroscience – How to Train the Aging Brain – NYTimes.com
Recently, researchers have found even more positive news. The brain, as it traverses middle age, gets better at recognizing the central idea, the big picture. If kept in good shape, the brain can continue to build pathways that help its owner recognize patterns and, as a consequence, see significance and even solutions much faster than a young person can.