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A Randomized Waitlist-Controlled Trial of an Intergenerational Arts and Heritage-Based Intervention in Singapore: Project ARTISAN

via Frontiers in Psychology   |   Reports

This report is important as one of the few randomized control trials involving intergenerational arts. It is also exceptionally thorough, describing and discussing all aspects of a participatory art and group-based program titled ARTISAN (Aspiration …

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Don’t Lose Your Brain at Work-The Role of Recurrent Novelty at Work in Cognitive and Brain Aging

via Frontiers in Psychology   |   Articles and Blog Posts

Discusses relatively little known aspect of work: novelty and complexity in relation to cognitive and brain aging.

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