In the Boston Globe, Dr. Patricia Tun examines the crucial role that older volunteers play in memory studiesReleased on December 04, 2001
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In the Dec. 2 Boston Globe (West Weekly section) Dr. Patricia Tun, assistant director of the Memory Cognition Lab at Brandeis, discusses memory problems associated with aging and the important role older volunteers play in conducting research.
"As you get older the fear of Alzheimer's is greater," says Tun. "If we didn't have those volunteers, we couldn't conduct these experiments and we wouldn't know what we know today about how a healthy memory functions."
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The Dec. 2 Boston Globe
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