On average, we know that our ability to learn and remember new faces appears to peak shortly after our 30th birthday. A 2015 study from researchers at Harvard University and the Boston Attention and Learning Laboratory suggests that our ability to sustain attention improves with age, reaching its peak around age 43.
The first researchers to link peak face recognition with an age are now studying so-called "super-recognizers" — people with a rare, superior ability to recognize a familiar face. “While younger adults may excel in the speed and flexibility of information processing, adults approaching their mid-years may have the greatest capacity to remain focused,” Joe De Gutis, one of the study's lead authors, said in a statement. One of the reasons could be that we're generally bad at reading other people's emotions until we reach our late 40s.
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That's according to one component of Hartshorne's study, which involved showing thousands of people images of faces cropped tightly around the eye area.
Participants were asked to describe the emotion the person in the photo was feeling. Many people believe that their math skills go down the drain after they leave school and stop practicing arithmetic.