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Financial Literacy and Being Smart May be Different

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“…neural correlates with financial literacy exist that are beyond the effects of global cognitive functioning…financial literacy and cognitive functioning may be at least partially distinguishable constructs that may have some different neuroanatomical correlates.”

“Financial literacy has been associated with multiple beneficial health and well-being outcomes, including better cognition, cognitive and physical activity, and ability to complete activities of daily living.’

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Written by Rich and Co.

May 20, 2016 at 3:22 pm

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