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|A Consensus on the Brain Training Industry from the Scientific Community|
The Stanford Center on Longevity and the Berlin Max Planck Institute for Human Development gathered many of the world’s leading cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists – people who have dedicated their careers to studying the aging mind and brain – to share their views about brain games and offer a consensus report to the public.
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|Distinguished Careers Institute Selects 2015 Cohort
Stanford's new Distinguished Careers Institute will bring 24 established leaders to campus in 2015 for reflection and exploration as they seek ways to improve society. The program is designed for exceptional leaders with 20 to 30 years of experience who are interested in reinventing and redirecting their careers toward roles with a social impact.
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|The Impact of Survey Context on Self-Reported Rates of Fraud Victimization
The Financial Fraud Research Center at the Stanford Center on Longevity recently released an Issue Brief that presents results from a survey research project that assesses whether, and to what extent, modifications to survey design and context will affect self-reported rates of individual fraud victimization.
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|Design and Implementation of Retirement Income Solutions in Defined Contribution Plans
The Stanford Center on Longevity has released a paper titled “Foundations in Research for Regulatory Guidelines on the Design and Operation of Retirement Income Solutions in DC Plans.” The goal of this paper is to further the discussion about the design and implementation of retirement income solutions in defined contribution plans, to encourage plan sponsors to better meet the retirement security needs of millions of workers who do not participate in defined benefit plans.
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