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  • Неизвестный автор (Sage Publications, 1991-05-01)
  • Fitgerald James T.; Singleton Steven P.; Neale Anne Victoria; Prasad Ananda S.; Hess Joseph W. (Sage Publications, 1994-08-01)
    This study examined self-reported activity, measured fitness status, exercise knowledge, and exercise beliefs of 48 African American and 51 White females in good health between the ages of 50 and 80 years enrolled in a ...
  • Kashner T. Michael; Krompholz Brigita; McDonnell Constance; Magaziner Jay; Schumann Barbara (Sage Publications, 1990-02-01)
    The authors surveyed a community-based population of 628 persons who were 65 and over and who lived either in a rural Maryland county or in Baltimore. For each subject, the number of different medical problems, the subject's ...
  • I. Mishra Shiraz; Aldwin Carolyn M.; Colby Benjamin N.; Oseas Ronald S. (Sage Publications, 1991-08-01)
    The authors examined the relationship among psychosocial vulnerability (stress) and resilience (adaptive potential) factors and three outcome measures, self-reported physical symptoms, positive and negative affect, and ...
  • Ward Russell A. (Sage Publications, 1990-05-01)
    Consumerism and increasing complexity in health care options highlight the importance of health care satisfaction. Patterns and sources of satisfaction are assessed for health maintenance organizations (HMOs), a relatively ...
  • Angel Jacqueline L.; Angel Ronald J. (Sage Publications, 1992-11-01)
    This study employs data from the 1988 National Survey of Hispanic Elderly People to examine the impact of age at migration and social contacts on the self-assessed health, functional disability, and life satisfaction of ...
  • Gibson Rose C. (Sage Publications, 1991-08-01)
    A review of health data identified four major trends in the elderly population: (a) a younger Black group that was more morbid than an older Black group, (b) an alternating pattern of Black morbid and robust age groups, ...
  • Ward Russell A. (Sage Publications, 1989-05-01)
    The changing health care market has highlighted the role of the individual in choosing health care providers. HMOs are a relatively novel option, particularly for Medicare beneficiaries. National survey data are used to ...
  • Howe Holly L.; Lehnherr Melinda; Keller Jane; Katterhagen J. Gale; Fountain Marsha (Sage Publications, 1993-08-01)
    This article describes the effect of age on the pattern of access to breast cancer care among rural women diagnosed in 1986-1989. Cases were identified by the Illinois State Cancer Registry and information on breast cancer ...
  • Harris Jennifer R.; Pedersen Nancy L.; Stacey Candace; McClearn G. E.; Nesselroade John R. (Sage Publications, 1992-08-01)
    This study explores age differences in the genetic and environmental influences that may mediate the relationship between life satisfaction and self-rated health. The participants are from the Swedish Adoption/Twin Study ...
  • Bryant Stephen G.; Fisher Seymour; Larson David B.; Olins Nancy J. (Sage Publications, 1992-02-01)
    Data were obtained on patients' attribution of symptoms using two different post-marketing surveillance methods. In the patient-initiated method, outpatients were randomly assigned to have a printed notice conspicuously ...
  • Burg Mary Ann; Lane Dorothy S.; Polednak Anthony P. (Sage Publications, 1990-11-01)
    The age-related decline in the use of breast cancer screening tests, specifically periodic mammography and physical breast examinations by a doctor, is especially problematic given that breast cancer risk increases with ...
  • Gekoski William L.; Knox V. Jane (Sage Publications, 1990-02-01)
    Despite what appears to be ageist behavior in our society, there is little research evidence indicating that the elderly are perceived negatively. The reason for this discrepancy may be that it is not age itself but ...
  • Young Rosalie F.; Kahana Eva (Sage Publications, 1989-02-01)
    This study investigated the physician's role in proffering appropriate medical advice to aged patients and the patient's role in complying with that advice. Heart disease, which takes a major health toll among the aged but ...
  • Satariano William A.; Ragheb Nawal E.; Buck Karen A.; Swanson G. Marie; Branch Laurence G. (Sage Publications, 1989-05-01)
    The level of instrumental functioning of breast cancer cases aged 55 to 84 is compared to that of women of the same age without the disease. A total of 571 cases were selected through the Metropolitan Detroit Cancer ...
  • Hays Judith C.; Landerman Lawrence R.; Blazer Dan G.; Koenig Harold G.; Carroll Jackson W.; Musick Marc A. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    We tested whether elders substitute religious media use for church attendance when health declines (using multidimensional disengagement theory) with data from a multiracial, population-based sample in the Bible Belt (N = ...
  • Max Wendy; Webber Pam; Fox Patrick (Sage Publications, 1995-05-01)
    This study presents detailed estimates of the hours and cost of informal care provided to Alzheimer's disease patients in Northern California. Data were collected over 12 months from 93 community-residing patients and their ...
  • Chapko Michael K.; Weissert William G.; Ehreth Jenifer L.; Hedrick Susan; Kelly James R. (Sage Publications, 1990-11-01)
    One approach to providing cost-effective adult day health care (ADHC) services is to guide both the inputs to ADHC services and the provision of other services so that substitution for institutional services can realistically ...
  • Mobily Paula R.; Herr Keela A.; Clark M. Kathleen; Wallace Robert B. (Sage Publications, 1994-05-01)
    Despite acknowledgment that pain is likely to be a major problem for many older adults, it is difficult to accurately estimate the frequency of pain problems for this population because of the lack of systematic epidemiological ...
  • Rakowski William; Mor Vincent; Hiris Jeffrey (Sage Publications, 1994-11-01)
    This study examined the association between mortality and nonresponse to questions about health status (both refusals and "don't know" responses) using a national sample of persons aged 70 and over. Data were drawn from ...