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The Middle-Aged Brain

The middle-aged brain is “better than ever,” says Barbara Stauch, author of a book on the subject:

The thing the middle-aged brain shares with the teenage brain is that it’s still developing. It’s not some static blob that is going inextricably downhill…during this period…we’re better at all sorts of things than we were at 20.

 

Posted by Will Baum, LCSW