Maastricht Aging Study

on the determinants of adult cognitive development

In 1995 the Pink Book was published, which included an introduction to the rationale and methods used in the Maastricht Aging Study. The first three chapters are available for download.

For a more detailed description of the design, available participants at follow-up assessments and furtherinfo. please refer to the website of the Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Ageing (IALSA).


This data diagram provides an overview of all tests and questionnaires that were administered at any time point during the data collection of MAAS (latest version: 7-3-2019, which includes the assessments for the upcoming AxF5 follow-up assessment after 25 years (2019-2020)).

Zip-archive that contains basic demographical information (age, age category, sex, educational level) of all 1,869 participants at the baseline screening -- in Excel ".xclx" and SPSS/PASW ".sav" format.

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MAAS  is a longitudinal study into the determinants of cognitive aging. It has been ongoing  since 1991 and  a new project will start in April 2017.