Editorial: The aging decision-maker: advances in understanding the impact of cognitive change on decision-making

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Ward, E. and Dhami, M. 2016. Editorial: The aging decision-maker: advances in understanding the impact of cognitive change on decision-making. Frontiers in Psychology. 7. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01622
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TitleEditorial: The aging decision-maker: advances in understanding the impact of cognitive change on decision-making
AuthorsWard, E. and Dhami, M.
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