Theory of successful aging
This paper highlights work of scholars who made significant theoretical contributions to the topic. New York: Cambridge University Press. For example, the book does not address situations that may include a history of trauma; social or personal suffering; lack of access to resources or medical care; early-life violence or other difficulties; or continuing economic or social marginality.
A case-controlled study of successful aging in older HIV-infected adults. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 4, — Results: Our review includes early gerontological definitions of successful aging and related concepts.
Activities and self-esteem continuing the development of activity theory. A motivational theory of life-span development. Psychology and Aging, 5, 58—
Theories of aging
Perceptions of successful aging among diverse elders with late-life disability. Adaptation to stroke using a model of successful aging. A decade later, Neugarten concurred that the pivotal factor in predicting which individuals will age successfully is personality. It states that if one reaches the age of 80, one portrays the strength of survival. The goal of the Rowe and Kahn work was to vastly improve the lives of older adults. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, , 75— Government Printing Office. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. The mature and armored elders each relied on activity and engagement to derive life satisfaction. In our view, the book can in part be viewed as a reflection to a degree of a neoliberal perspective. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
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