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Cognition and mobility show a global association in middle- and late-adulthood: Analyses from the Canadian longitudinal study on aging

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Background Given our aging population, there’s great interest in identifying modifiable risk factors for cognitive decline. Studies have highlighted the relationship between aspects of mobility and cognitive processes. However, cognition and mobility are both multifaceted concepts and their interrelationships remain to be well defined. Research question Here, we firstly aimed to replicate cross-sectional associations between objective measures of mobi... Expand abstract
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Peer reviewed

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Clinical Neurosciences
Oxford college:
Lincoln College
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences
Department:
Clinical Neurosciences
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Author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences
Department:
Psychiatry
Oxford college:
Linacre College
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Author
ORCID:
0000-0002-5190-7038
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Name:
Wellcome Trust
Grant:
203139/Z/16/Z
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Name:
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Grant:
LSA 9447
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Name:
Rebecca Hotchkiss International Scholar Exchange
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Name:
Global Brain Health Institute
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Name:
Brenda Strafford Foundation Chair in Alzheimer Research
Publisher:
Elsevier
Journal:
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Volume:
64
Pages:
238-243
Publication date:
2018-06-19
Acceptance date:
2018-06-01
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EISSN:
1879-2219
ISSN:
0966-6362
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pubs:859140
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uuid:f91d904d-569a-4d51-96a7-7b9157304800
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2018-06-27

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