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What personality traits are associated with lower dementia risk? 

Study offers new evidence

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Are certain personality traits associated with a lower risk of dementia? Image for illustration purposes
Are certain personality traits associated with a lower risk of dementia? Image for illustration purposes
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  • People whose personalities lean toward conscientiousness, extraversion, and positive affect are less likely to develop dementia, according to a new meta-study.
  • A reduction in the risk of dementia grows stronger with age for people with such personalities, says the meta-study.
  • Conversely, people whose personalities are more characterized by neuroticism and negative affect are more likely to develop dementia eventually.
  • While the researchers found the associations between personality type and dementia to be strong, autopsies of study participants did not find any suggestion of a link between personality and pathology.

A new meta-study — or study of other studies — from researchers at the University of California at Davis (UC–Davis) explores the effect one’s personality has on one’s risk of developing dementia

Follow the link below to read the full story on Medical News Today:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/conscientious-personalities-lower-dementia-risk?utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=MNT%20Daily%20News&utm_content=2023-12-05&apid=&rvid=4ba4ec80177cae00eabc43b8bc6648d598c4a356d104663735777e0a0f8b5c9f

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Information Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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