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Intelligence Neugarten (1976) has summarized the known facts about aging and intelligence as follows: a. Speed of responding declines with age. One consequence is that the elderly will perform especially poorly when the test is given under speeded conditions. b. Chronological age is not a good predictor of performance. c. Old people who remain physically and mentally active perform better than those who become inactive. d. Educational level predicts performance in old age; the higher the educational attainment, the better the performance. e. Intellectual decline seems to be inversely related longevity; the less bright die younger. f. Intellectual decline is greater in old men than in old woman. お願いします。

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知能 ニューガーテン(1976)は、以下の通りに老化と知能について既知の事実をまとめました: a. 反応速度は、年齢と共に減少する。 1つの結論は、検査が速度を上げられた状況の下で行われるとき、高齢者が特に成績が悪くなると言うことだ。 b. 暦年齢では、成績を上手く予想できない。 c. 身体的に、また、精神的に活動的な高齢者は、活動が少なくなった高齢者より成績が良い。 d. 教育水準は、老年期の成績を予測する; 学歴の高いほど、成績が良くなる。 e. 知能の低下は、長寿とは反比例するようだ; 知能の良くない人の方が若死にしている。 f. 知能の低下は、高齢女性より高齢男性でより大きい。

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