Eric D. Widmer

Sauter, J., Widmer, E.D., Baeriswyl, M., Ballhausen, N., Vallet, F., Fagot, D., ... & Ihle, A. (2020). Interactional effects between relational and cognitive reserves on decline in executive functioning. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B.

Objectives The present study set out to investigate associations of cognitive reserve (as indicated by education) and relational reserve (as indicated by the family network size and indices of emotional support) to decline in executive functioning over 6 years as measured by changes in Trail Making Test (TMT) completion time in older adults and whether education and network size interacted with age and sex as covariates with respect to this longitudinal association.

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