Fecha de publicación: Abril de 2021
Autores: Andersen S.L. · Du M. · Cosentino S · Schupf N · Rosso A.L. · Perls T.T. · Sebastiani P.
Bckground: Cross-sectional analyses have associated familial longevity with better cognitive function and lower risk of cognitive impairment in comparison with individuals without familial longevity. The extent to which long-lived families also demonstrate slower rates of cognitive aging (i.e., change in cognition over time) is unknown. This study examined longitudinally collected data among 2 generations of the Long Life Family Study (LLFS) to compare rates of cognitive change across relatives and spouse controls.