An Integrative Psychophysiological Study of Cognitive Function in Active Elderly Rationale, Methods and Initial Results

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ABSTRACT

One of the critical issues is that Japan is well known for the world’s highest proportion of elderly people, a super-aged society, and is currently confronting with preventing physical and psychological disability in elderly. In order to reduce the potential risk, we wish the guidance will be suggested to help active elderly around 65 years old have healthy daily life with high quality.

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Zhang, S. , Yada, Y. and Tsuda, A. (2015) An Integrative Psychophysiological Study of Cognitive Function in Active Elderly Rationale, Methods and Initial Results. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 24-27. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.39004.

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