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On intelligence tests, substantial practice effects counteract true declines of ageing and remain signiﬁcant even with an interval of 7 years between tests. Variability between individuals also increases as people age (Rabbit et al. 2004). Charness (1992) suggested that the critical issue in terms of age and performance is how the older person compensates for changes in processing speed and working memory. Obviously, the nature and amount of learning achieved in early and middle life impacts on the capacity of older adults when they are learning new skills and knowledge in later life in areas where they already have expertise.
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