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Increased age and higher levels of cognitive reserve are associated with lower serum BDNF levels in healthy older adults

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Hill, E and Collins, J and Bindoff, A and King, A and Alty, J and Summers, M and Vickers, J, Increased age and higher levels of cognitive reserve are associated with lower serum BDNF levels in healthy older adults, Australian Dementia Forum 2021, 31 May - 1 June, virtual (2021) [Conference Extract]


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Item Type:Conference Extract
Keywords:age, education, brain derived neurotrophic factor
Research Division:Psychology
Research Group:Biological psychology
Research Field:Cognitive neuroscience
Objective Division:Health
Objective Group:Public health (excl. specific population health)
Objective Field:Mental health
UTAS Author:Hill, E (Dr Edward Hill)
UTAS Author:Collins, J (Dr Jessica Collins)
UTAS Author:Bindoff, A (Mr Aidan Bindoff)
UTAS Author:King, A (Professor Anna King)
UTAS Author:Alty, J (Dr Jane Alty)
UTAS Author:Summers, M (Dr Mathew Summers)
UTAS Author:Vickers, J (Professor James Vickers)
ID Code:144962
Year Published:2021
Deposited By:Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre
Deposited On:2021-06-23
Last Modified:2021-08-09
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