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1 http://www.who.int/healthinfo/survey/ageingdefnolder/en/

2 Gf and Gc are two forms of general intelligence. Gf refers to fluid intelligence and the ability to solve problems in novel situations. Gc refers to crystallized intelligence and the ability to use skills, knowledge and experience.

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