volume 10, issue 7, P1542-1555 2018
DOI: 10.18632/aging.101490
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Emma Anderson, Alice Cochrane, Jean Golding, Stephen Nowicki

Abstract: Few modifiable risk factors for cognitive decline have been identified. Despite an external locus of control (LoC) being adversely associated with many psychological and physical health outcomes, few studies have examined whether it is related to cognitive function in adulthood. In 1178 women from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children, we examined whether LoC, and change in LoC over time, is associated with cognitive function in midlife. LoC was prospectively measured at mean ages 30 and 48 years…

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