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What type of older people can work on their cognitive skills? Older adults include seniors (over 65 years old, independent) and the elderly (also over 65 years old, but frail and dependent). Adults and older adults with different profiles can benefit from mental capacity training through different techniques and programs for cognitive stimulation. sheida rabipour, cassandra morrison, jessica crompton, marcelo petrucelli, murillo de oliveira gonçalves germano, anita popescu, patrick s. Davidson, few effects of a 5-week adaptive computerized cognitive training program in healthy older adults, journal of cognitive enhancement, 10. Largest trial of cognitive training in cognitively healthy older adults is the advanced cognitive training for independent and vital elderly (active) study. Its participants were assigned to one of three interven-tion groups (i. , memory, reasoning or information processing speed) or to a no-contact control group. Vthis proof-of-concept rct in community-dwelling older adults will have three experimental arms. We will include 120 community-dwelling adults aged 6585 years old who will be randomized to one of three experimental groups 1) computerized cognitive training (fbt) 2) exercise plus computerized cognitive training (ex-fbt) or 3) balanced and toned (bat, i.). this is the first large-scale, randomized control trial of cognitive training in healthy older adults. Most previous clinical trials of this nature were with adults with mild cognitive impairments, dementia, a functional limitation, or another disorder. Active was a scientific evaluation of the effects of three theory-based training programs. In the advanced cognitive training for independent and vital elderly (active) trial, healthy adults 65 and older participated in 10 sessions of memory training, reasoning training, or processingspeed training. The sessions improved participants mental skills in the area in which they were trained. the possibilities of computer-based cognitive training (cct) in postponing the onset of dementia are currently unclear, but promising. Our aim is to investigate older adults adherence to a long-term cct program, and which participant characteristics are associated with adherence to the cct. This study was part of the finnish geriatric intervention study to prevent cognitive impairment and. The challenge, however, is to provide such training in ways that are acceptable to older adults. The answer is to be found, firstly, in research that identifies best practices for cognitive skill development in ecologically valid activities involving older adults, psychologists, and adult educators. Although resistance training has a broad range of systemic benefits for older adults,2529 very few studies have specifically focused on the role of resistance training in promoting cognitive health among seniors.