Fluid memory (speed when dealing with new or novel situations) is better in young brains. Older brains can’t keep up in fluid intelligence but can excel in crystallized intelligence (specialized knowledge from life experiences and that requires large memory banks, judgment, and honed verbal abilities). (Carper, Jean. Your Miracle Brain. NY: Harper Audio, 2000)

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