The Relationship between Smoking, Years of Education, and Cognitive Functioning in Mid- and Late-Life: A Co-twin Control Study


Smoking and its influence on health is well known but the relation of smoking oncognitive functioning is less understood, with inconsistent findings as to impacts on cognitive functioning in late adulthood. This paper will... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Shandell Pahlen (University of California Riverside)
  2. Chandra Reynolds (University of California Riverside)
  3. IGEMS Consortium (University of Southern California)

Topic Areas

Aging , Gene Finding Strategies , Development


SY-1B » GE-Interplay in potentially modifiable factors for health outcomes (10:30 - Thursday, 21st June, Yellowstone)

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