Alcohol exposure and cognitive development: An example of why we need contextualised, dynamic life course approach to cognitive ageing
Background: A substantial literature exists that demonstrates associations between putative risk factors and cognitive decline in late life. However, there is a need to integrate this broad literature within a framework that incorporates the interaction of behavioral and ecological influences with cognitive development. Such a framework is required for developing a range of personal and environmental interventions to optimize cognitive development in the population, and to reduce the risk of...[Show more]
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