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Beneficial effects of choir singing on cognition and well-being of older adults

via PLOS One Collection Social Psychiatry   |   Research and Studies

The authors of this report note that “choir singing has been associated with better mood and quality of life (QOL) in healthy older adults, but little is known about its potential cognitive benefits in aging. …

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Growing Old or Living Long: Take Your Pick

via Issues in Science and Technology   |   Articles and Blog Posts

From the article: “My students, colleagues, and I had been studying age-related changes in motivation for several years. We began to wonder whether changes in motivation would affect performance on cognitive tasks, and we set …

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Older Adults Celebrate LGBT Identity, Pride in Art Exhibit, Book

Articles and Blog Posts

This article examines “Not Another Second” a joint project of Watermark Communities and Sage, the oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT older people. “Not Another Second” stands for the collective time in …

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