Aging Dogs as Models of Age-Related Human Personality Change

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Description: What can dogs tell us about the nature and extent of changes in the human personality with age? Well, I bet I know what you are thinking: People are like their dogs so if we observe people’s dogs through time, we will see signs of how their owner’s personalities may be changing with age…. Read more »

The Relationship Between Age and Scientific Innovation: Exercise Causal Caution

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Description: Have you heard the arguments that have been made about the relationship between age and success across a variety of fields? Based on the young ages of Mozart, Marie Curie, and Einstein when they made some of their most impressive contributions to their areas of endeavor, it has been argued that the sorts of… Read more »