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  • Lee Anne S. (Sage Publications, 1980-06-01)
    Elderly migration was measured indirectly on the basis of the proportionate increase in the population aged 65 and older between 1970 and 1975. Using this measure, 173 "high impact counties" were identified. Characteristics ...
  • Janson Philip; Mueller Karen Frisbie (Sage Publications, 1983-09-01)
    In this article we reexamine the issue of age differences in well-being, focusing on ethnic variations in this relationship. Data are from 1269 Los Angeles residents (407 Anglos, 413 blacks, and 449 Mexican Americans) ...
  • Webb Lynne; Delaney Judith Jopling; Young Lorraine R. (Sage Publications, 1989-03-01)
    This essay reviews over 40 extant research reports on attraction and aging. The review indicated that (a) perceived agreement in attitude tends to neutralize young adults' general perception of older adults as unattractive, ...
  • Bowles Gladys K. (Sage Publications, 1980-06-01)
    Two points come across rather clearly from the research of the past, which, if remedied, could improve the results presented in the future. One is a lack of knowledge or disregard by some researchers of the findings of ...
  • Levin William C. (Sage Publications, 1988-03-01)
    College students from California, Tennessee, and Massachusetts evaluated 19 characteristics of a 25-, 52-, or 73-year-old stimulus person on semantic differential scales. Results revealed significantly more negative ...
  • Warren Carol A.B. (Sage Publications, 1998-01-01)
    In premodern as in modem (and postmodern) times in the West, the social and personal identity of the aging and aged is mediated through the decay of the gendered and biomedicalized body. The social identity of the premodern ...
  • Mullan Joseph T. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    This article reviews the growing research dealing with informal caregivers to peoplewith HIV infection or AIDS, focusing particularly on the intersection of this workwith research on aging. It contrasts AIDS caregiving ...
  • Feinson Marjorie Chary (Sage Publications, 1985-06-01)
    Older adults are generally perceived as more psychologically distressed and/or depressed than younger adults. The validity of this perception is examined by (1) reviewing epidemiological studies and (2) presenting data ...
  • Leventhal Elaine A. (Sage Publications, 1984-03-01)
    The purpose of these studies is to learn more about how aging and illness are perceived by assessing cognitive and emotional representations of illness, coping behaviors and perceived efficacy of coping behavior. Age-related ...
  • Verbrugge Lois M. (Sage Publications, 1984-09-01)
    This article discusses the physical health status of contemporary older women (aged 65 and over) in comparison to older men, using data from ongoing national health surveys and vital statistics. The article reviews older ...
  • Pearlman Robert A.; Hedrick Susan C. (Sage Publications, 1987-03-01)
    To facilitate efficient and effective modifications in the delivery of care to the elderly, an empirically based agenda was developed within the Veterans Administration to guide health services research. The agenda includes ...
  • Levy Judith A. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    Despite substantial progress in slowing the epidemic among substance-abusing populations, new cases of HIV increasingly can be attributed directly to injecting drug use through contaminated needles or indirectly through ...
  • Borgatta Edgar F.; Montgomery Rhonda J.V.; Borgatta Marie L. (Sage Publications, 1982-09-01)
    The literature on alcohol use and abuse among the elderly is less than consistent. Many clinical observations have been confused with "facts" about the elderly. One clear case of confusion is reported, with some tracing ...
  • Rivnyak Margaret H.; Wan Thomas T. H.; Stegall Meribeth H.; Jacobs Mary; Li Shuo (Sage Publications, 1989-09-01)
    While it is recognized that need for care is the dominant factor influencing utilization of health services, little is known regarding the determinants of ambulatory care use by the noninstitutionalized elderly. It is ...
  • Mitchell Jim; Mathews Holly F.; Yesavage Jerome A. (Sage Publications, 1993-06-01)
    Data from 868 eastern North Carolina elders are used to examine the effects of variables hypothesized to moderate the impact of life strain on depression. Principal components factor analysis is used to categorize depression ...
  • Levesque Louise; Cossetle Sylvie; Laurin Liane (Sage Publications, 1995-09-01)
    This article focuses on a detailed examination of stressors, their appraised disturbance and a broad range of resources as well as on an assessment of their relationships with five dimensions of psycho-social well-being. ...
  • Campbell Richard T.; Mutran Elizabeth (Sage Publications, 1982-03-01)
    The LISREL model, recently developed by Jreskog and his colleagues, is of great importance to students of aging and human development. Essentially, LISREL unites factor analysis and structural equation modeling. It is ...
  • Matthews Sarah H. (Sage Publications, 1983-12-01)
    In order to gain understanding of friendship in the context of individuals' lives, over 60 chronologically old informants were asked to relate their biographies to an interviewer using friendship as the constant referent. ...
  • Seltzer Mildred M.; Karnes Jane (Sage Publications, 1988-09-01)
    Despite academic rhetoric, there are few empirical data available about academic administrators' perceived expectations and achievements resulting from an early retirement incentive program. A natural laboratory for ...
  • Hertzog Christopher (Sage Publications, 1985-03-01)
    This article sketches the fundamental characteristics of an individual differences orientation to gerontological research, with particular reference to adult cognitive development. It is shown that cross-sectional differences ...