Predictors of a dimension of well-being in the relocated healthy aged.
- Published Article
Journal of gerontology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1975
One hundred twenty-two subjects aged 61 to 88 years were given a wide variety of tests around the time they moved to an apartment complex in which independent living and self-care was necessary. After living in their apartments approximately 15 mo., they were rated for how well they were faring in terms of a clinical dimension, from "played out" to "vital." Of 25 predictor variables, 14 were related to this dimension. Two were especially prominent--the WAIS Comprehension subtest and the Crossing-Off psychomotor task.
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