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Aging studies student published by National Council on Aging

Cassidy Doyle

Cassidy Doyle, a PhD student in the School of Aging Studies, co-authored an article that appeared on the National Council on Aging's blog. The article, titled "Mental Sharpness in Older Adults: Check on Your Mood Before Blaming Your Mind," provides insight and advice on the impact mood has on mental sharpness. She wrote this article alongside Christine Baires-Phillips, a research assistant professor at the Clemson Institute for Engaged Aging. Read the article.

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