Promoting cognitive reserve through a lifelong engagement in reserve-enhancing activities attenuates the risk of dementia, particularly in subpopulations with a high genetic risk.
Why this matters
The interaction between lifelong cognitive reserve and genetic predisposition to dementia remains poorly understood; carriers of the apolipoprotein ε4 (APOE-ε4) allele might particularly benefit from the cumulative effects of mental- and social-related activities across the entire life course.
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