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The purpose of this longitudinal study was to test a model of the relationships among conjugal support, coping behaviors, and the psychological well-being of elderly spouses. A sample of 135 couples, 65 years old or over, was drawn in a large Canadian metropolitan area. Standardized interviews...
Estimates of the age, sex, and geographic distribution of four elderly Asian-origin populations residing in the United States are constructed using surname data obtained for 1990 from the Medicare enrollment files. The generally close correspondence of the results with baseline data for these...
In this article, the role accumulation hypothesis is tested among older Black and White women and men from a national sample. Eight health variables are regressed on multiple roles (employee, spouse, parent, volunteer, homemaker, grandparent, care-giver, and student), gender, ethnicity, age, and...
Daughters are a traditional source of assistance in the care of their elderly parents. Past studies of caregiving have failed to exploit the information available in cross-sectional surveys to examine changes in caregiving prevalence with age. In this research, the methodological techniques of...
The purpose of this article is to examine African American and White disparities in factors associated with institutionalization and differences in the effects of health on the use of this form of long-term care. The research was conceptualized within the context of the double-jeopardy...
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