Quantitative Reasoning in Adult Development and Aging Meeting
Workshop participants provided expertise across a wide range of fields: numerical cognition, quantitative and document literacy, mathematics, judgment and decision-making, neuropsychology, and behavioral economics. The specific topics covered at the workshop included:
- age-related changes in numerical processing strategies;
- proportional and probabilistic reasoning processes;
- estimation skills, investment, and risk-taking behaviors; and,
- financial abilities in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
A summary of this meeting is available upon request. Please contact BSRQuery@mail.nih.gov.