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Deborah Zaitchik says executive function measures for Alzheimer's patients show staggering declines


Under a National Science Foundation-funded INSPIRE project, Harvard University psychologists Susan Carey and Deborah Zaitchik are studying how executive function influences the process of learning. Here, Zaitchik discusses differences between populations with strong and weak executive function.

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