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Life Reimagined

The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife

by Barbara Bradley Hagerty

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Journalist Barbara Bradley Hagerty exposes the myth of the midlife crisis, drawing on emerging information from the fields of neurology, psychology, biology, genetics and sociology.

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Taking an intelligence test at the University of Maryland: In one month of brain training, former NPR correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty vastly increased her scores in intelligence tests. Courtesy of Barbara Bradley Hagerty hide caption

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Forget About It: Your Middle-Aged Brain Is Not On The Decline

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