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THE SPECIFICITY OF THE CHANGES IN MEMORY FOR FACES IN OLD AGE

Melekhin Al. Ig.

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The study was aimed at identifying the nature of the impact of changes in geriatric status on immediate and delayed reproduction from memory other people have in elderly and senile age. More difficulty in remembering individuals observed in people 75 to 90 years unlike and 55-60 61-74 years. The article presents the symptoms of impaired memory for faces in old age. It is shown that the difficulties in the reproduction of individuals memorycompensation a number of socio-perceptual processes. It is revealed that premorbid cognitive resource – the level of education and status of social resources and family status are the predictors that determine the reproduction of the individuals in the memory at a later age. Changes in psychological well-being (satisfaction, quality of life, symptoms of depression, subjective feelings of loneliness) are the predictors that affect the ability to remember the faces of other people.

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face memory, socio-cognitive ability, social cognition, socio-cognitive deficits, neurocognitive disorders, elderly, old age.

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Melekhin Al. Ig.

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