Tomiko Yoneda: Some Personality Traits Linked to Cognitive Impairment

Some Personality Traits Appear to Be Linked to Cognitive Impairment Later in Life  (Science Alert)

New research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology suggests that people with certain personality traits are more vulnerable to cognitive decline later in life. Tomiko Yoneda, lead author of the study, says that people with a high level of conscientiousness and a low level of neuroticism are less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment as they get older.

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