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Spirituality and socioeconomic determinants of caregiver burden
Caregiver burden as a phenomena is a growing field of study, with great significance considering the aging population in America. This study conducted secondary analysis of the National Long Term Care Survey (2004) data, ...
Rewind-Remind: Investigating How Gamification of Memory Tasks Can Evaluate Associative Memory Performance in Healthy, Older Adults
Associative memory, the type of memory that allows us to relate information together (e.g., a person’s face and name), is particularly susceptible to age-related deterioration. Older adults tend to engage in retrieval ...
UNDERSTANDING AGING WELL FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF HOMEBOUND OLDER ADULTS
With the population becoming “grayer” the United States has begun to question what it means to be aging well. Previous research has examined what it means to age well how to diminish age-related losses, although there is ...