Older adults who spend their time engaged in activities or relationships that encourage them to utilize and maintain the strength of their executive functioning skills may not experience a decline in cognitive abilities regardless of volume loss due to Brain plasticity.
Brain plasticity also referred to as neuroplasticity describes the ability of brain's adapt or change with different experiences. It is believed that cognitive and neural function can be improved with exposure to experiences that nurture one's emotional well-being or training.
Even though with age comes some deterioration, the brain can still achieve and maintain cognitive functions when the neural activities are increased. Cognitive training or in this case surrounding themselves with the positive company is a process that requires time since it isn't spontaneous hence why older people who develop the habit from an early experience less cognitive decline abilities.
First of, we need to know what a fallacy is. A fallacy is a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound arguments.
A sound argument is an argument in which the truth in the premises are used to deduce the conclusions. While an unsound argument, makes use of premises that are not true.
With these, we can determine if the argument in the question was a sound argument. If it was, it won't be fallacious.
There is truth in the fact that the slim tea made Barbara loose 15 pounds after taking it for the stated period of time.
Therefore, concluding that someone with the same buildup as Barbara will have the same results, after taking the tea for the same period of time, is logical and not fallacious. This is because the premise is a true fact that has been tested, and the conclusion was drawn from the true premise.
This makes the argument a sound argument, with no fallacy
The correct answer is culture. It is because culture is
being defined as a social behavior that is exhibited by every individual in
which it comprises of the attitude, behavior and beliefs that one exhibits that
defines the individual and make him or her as a whole.