Life Event Severity Moderates Genetic Influences on Cognitive Function


Life events represent discrete and observable social and/or environmental changes that can be threatening and result in some level of stress. Greater reports of life events are associated with poorer cognitive function and... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Elizabeth Munoz (University of California Riverside)
  2. Chandra Reynolds (University of California Riverside)
  3. The IGEMS Consortium (University of Southern California)

Topic Areas

Aging , Cognition: Education, Intelligence, Memory, Attention


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

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