Gerontology is becoming an increasingly important research area as the percentage of older adults in the population continues to grow. Our journal Gerontology provides a primary source of high-quality papers covering all aspects of aging in humans and animals. It serves as an ideal information tool for all readers interested in the topic of aging addressed from a broad perspective.
The book series, Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology and Geriatrics, presents a comprehensive and integrated approach to the problems of aging and serves as a forum for a unified concept of gerontology. The individual volumes within the series give an overall view of the aging process, novel ideas, and original approaches to healthy aging as well as age-related functional decline.
Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the subject field of Gerontology and Geriatrics is strongly connected with other publications in our portfolio such as the journals Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders and Neurodegenerative Diseases.
Check out some of the most impactful articles in Geriatrics and Gerontology:
- Feeling Younger, Rehabilitating Better: Reciprocal and Mediating Effects between Subjective Age and Functional Independence in Osteoporotic Fracture and Stroke Patients
- Time Spent Away from Bed to Maintain Swallowing Function in Older Adults
- International Practice Recommendations for the Recognition and Management of Hearing and Vision Impairment in People with Dementia
- Sarcopenia Is Associated with Mortality in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Physical Frailty and Future Costs of Long-Term Care in Older Adults: Results from the NCGG-SGS
- A Decade Later on How to “Use It” So We Don’t “Lose It”: An Update on the Unanswered Questions about the Influence of Activity Participation on Cognitive Performance in Older Age
- A GPS-Based Framework for Understanding Outdoor Mobility Patterns of Older Adults with Dementia: An Exploratory Study
- Identification of Serum Biomarkers in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease by 2D-DIGE Proteomics
- Prevalence of Polypharmacy and Risks of Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in the Older Population in a Developing Country: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Is There Any Link between Cognitive Impairment and Gut Microbiota? A Systematic Review
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