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Only nominees who were younger than 80 years old were included in the study. Although wisdom refers to pragmatic knowledge, it requires a certain level of fluid intelligence. In very old age and due to age-related decline in the cognitive mechanics, wisdom may be compromised as well, at least to a certain degree. As a first step, the authors decided to focus on the so-called young old. In the long run, research should be extended to also include very old people. The wisdom-related performance of the wisdom nominees was compared with the performance of younger and older clinical psychologists and younger and older professionals whose professions did not primarily involve work with people.
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