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Study: Baby Boomers Score Lower in Cognitive Function Than Older Generations

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baby boomers (1946-1964) exhibit lower levels of cognitive functioning than members of older generations, according to a new study published online in the Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences.The study analyzed data on 30,191 Americans who participated in the 1996 to 2014 Health and Retirement Survey, conducted by the University of Michigan.

People over 51 years old were surveyed every two years.The findings show that, as expected, the average cognition scores increased as the generations got younger, beginning with the “greatest generation” (born 1890-1923) and peaking among war babies (born 1942-1947).However, scores began to decline in the early baby boomers (born 1948-1953) and decreased further in the mid baby boomers (born.

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