Study compares data from hundreds of people in childhood and old age

A new study shows compelling evidence that associations between cognitive ability and cortical grey matter in old age can largely be accounted for by cognitive ability in childhood.  The joint study by the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, The Neuro, McGill University and the University of Edinburgh, UK was published today, June 4 in Molecular Psychiatry.

Classified as: neuroscience, brain, neurological, aging, cognitive ability, cortical thickness, intelligence, IQ, sherif karama
Published on: 4 Jun 2013