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Meta-analysis of Correlation between Cognitive-linguistic Ability and Cognitive Reserve in Normal Aging
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Meta-analysis of Correlation between Cognitive-linguistic Ability and Cognitive Reserve in Normal Aging
Lee, Mi-Sook;
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Cognitive reserve(CR) is the ability to optimize or maximize performance through complementary brain networks. CR is relevant to normal aging in cognitive-linguistic abilities. There are few domestic systematic reviews or meta-analyses that analyze the relationships between multiple CR and cognitive-linguistic domains in healthy older people. This meta-analysis included 32 studies published since 2000. In result, education level topped the list, followed by the occupation, cognitively stimulating activities, and the multilingualism. Most studies were related to memory, global cognition, and language. CR had a modest positive association with cognitive-linguistic performance. Multiple domains including memory and language also showed the significant correlations across most measures of CR. This study provides evidence-based information to support cognitive-linguistic ability in normal aging.
Cognitive Reserve;Normal Aging;Cognitive-linguistic Abilities;Meta-analysis;
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