Are changes in sensory disability, reaction time and grip strength associated with changes in memory and crystallized intelligence? A longitudinal analysis in an elderly community sample
Background: Little is known about predictors of cognitive changes in the elderly. Sensory disability, grip strength, and speed of processing have been established as associates of cognitive performance in cross-sectional studies. However, it is not known
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