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Gerontology (2021) 67 (3): 338–349.
Published Online: 04 May 2021
... prior to spousal bereavement and changes therein for trajectories of well-being in an Eastern society, namely, Japan. Methods: Data were derived from a nationally representative panel survey of Japanese older adults aged 60 years and above. We used data from married participants at baseline who...
Gerontology (2020) 66 (5): 476–483.
Published Online: 12 August 2020
..., the renewed understanding defines PR as an emergent construct which is malleable, enduring, and can be developed and sustained by a dynamic interplay of biological, psychological, spiritual, and social factors. Correlates in terms of physical and mental well-being in the context of aging are identified...
Gerontology (2019) 65 (6): 634–639.
Published Online: 10 September 2019
... be modified in ways that will enhance the health and well-being of older people. email@example.com 12 03 2019 23 05 2019 10 9 2019 © 2019 The Author(s) Published by S. Karger AG, Basel 2019 Open Access License / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer This article is licensed under...
Gerontology (2018) 64 (6): 612–622.
Published Online: 21 August 2018
...Altaf Engineer; Esther M. Sternberg; Bijan Najafi Background: With the increasing global population of older adults, there is a need for environmental interventions that directly affect their physical, psychological, and emotional well-being to help them maintain or regain their independence...
Gerontology (2017) 63 (5): 460–468.
Published Online: 26 April 2017
... ability over a period of time and (2) age-anchored comparisons that assess how an individual perceives their memory in relation to others their age. These different types of assessment may relate to psychological well-being differently due to the underlying mechanisms of assessment. Objective: The purpose...
Gerontology (2017) 63 (3): 238–252.
Published Online: 13 April 2017
... or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. 2017 Immigration Social networks Well-being Aging The social network paradigm is one of the most prominent analytical frameworks used in social-behavioral research. First...
Gerontology (2016) 62 (4): 450–458.
Published Online: 01 April 2016
...Michelle E. Paggi; Daniela Jopp; Christopher Hertzog Background: Previous studies have examined the relationships between physical health and leisure activities and between leisure activities and well-being, but, to our knowledge, none has examined these relationships simultaneously. Objective...
Kerstin Frändin, Helena Grönstedt, Jorunn L. Helbostad, Astrid Bergland, Mette Andresen, Lis Puggaard, Karin Harms-Ringdahl, Randi Granbo, Karin Hellström
Gerontology (2016) 62 (6): 571–580.
Published Online: 11 March 2016
... in activities of daily living (ADL). The physical activity level of most nursing home residents is very low, which implies that they are often subject to a decline in health, mobility, autonomy and social contacts and are also at risk of suffering a decline in mental well-being. In a previous study, we...
Denis Gerstorf, Lars Bertram, Ulman Lindenberger, Graham Pawelec, Ilja Demuth, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen, Gert G. Wagner
Gerontology (2016) 62 (3): 311–315.
Published Online: 29 January 2016
... 2016 Successful aging Age Aging Health Cognition Well-being Pathology Genetics Immune system Cohort Individual differences Berlin Aging Study Heterogeneity in virtually each and every aspect of life is one of the hallmarks of aging [ 1,2 ]. Some people do reach old and very...
Gerontology (2016) 62 (3): 362–370.
Published Online: 29 January 2016
...Peter Eibich; Christian Krekel; Ilja Demuth; Gert G. Wagner Background: Neighborhood characteristics are important determinants of individual health and well-being. For example, characteristics such as noise and pollution affect health directly, while other characteristics affect health and well...
Gerontology (2015) 61 (5): 456–468.
Published Online: 25 August 2015
...Stefanie Spahni; Davide Morselli; Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello; Kate Mary Bennett Background: While the negative effects of spousal bereavement on well-being are well documented in empirical research, the large individual differences in psychological adaptation are still not well understood. Objective...
Gerontology (2015) 61 (2): 166–174.
Published Online: 16 December 2014
...Pavel Kozik; Christiane A. Hoppmann; Denis Gerstorf Background: Future time perspective has been associated with subjective well-being, though depending on the line of research considered either an open-ended future time perspective or a limited future time perspective has been associated with high...
Gerontology (2010) 56 (2): 208–213.
Published Online: 01 February 2010
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. 2009 Health Well-being Gender differences Gender mainstreaming Viewpoint Gerontology 2010;56:208 213 DOI: 10.1159/000235813 Received: April 2, 2009 Accepted: July 10...
Gerontology (2009) 55 (4): 449–459.
Published Online: 04 April 2009
...Christiane Hoppmann; Denis Gerstorf We review findings on spousal interrelations in old age in such key domains as cognition, well-being, and health. Therein, we demonstrate that spousal interrelations may extend developmental options but may also make an individual vulnerable to the experience...
Gerontology (2004) 50 (3): 135–141.
Published Online: 28 April 2004
... to in the content or advertisements. Balance Stability Well-being Strength Physical activity Experimental Section Gerontology 2004;50:135 141 DOI: 10.1159/000076771 Received: October 21, 2002 Accepted: June 13, 2003 Physical Function and Health Status among Seniors with and without a Fear of Falling...