ANN ARBOR --- People in their 20s don't usually complain about forgetting names or phone numbers, or having trouble learning something new. But that's when memory and mental energy first start to decline, according to psychologist Denise Park, who directs the Center for Aging and Cognition at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research (ISR).
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