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Consistent with the emotional changes associated with later life, higher alexithymia scores are widely reported in older adults, but their significance has not been fully examined. We posited that association between alexithymia and poorer neurocognition would support the deficit nature of alexithymia in later life. Widely used neurocognitive tests assessing the relative integrity of the left and right hemisphere functions were used to examine the extent to which alexithymia of older age isdoi:10.1097/nmd.0b013e3181fe743e pmid:21135641 pmcid:PMC3789519 fatcat:jyiqulgdcra7zn5evm3u7ssxze