The longitudinal Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly (ACTIVE) study investigates the impact of three cognitive training programs (reasoning, memory and speed of processing) on the cognitive and everyday functioning of older adults. The study began in 1998 and enrolled 2802 participants across six sites throughout the United States. We are currently collecting data for the ten year follow-up.

University of Alabama at Birmingham - Center for Research on Applied Gerontology
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