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Decision-making study proves older adults aim for accuracy, not speed
RICK ADAMCZAK Daily Reporter Staff Writer
If it seems children and the elderly sometimes take a while to make decisions, that's true; but it's probably because they're deliberately taking longer to emphasize accuracy over speed, claim Ohio State University researchers.
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Date Published: January 6, 2012