David Agogo

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It has been observed that subjective age (SA) often trails chronological age, especially in older adults. In a previously published article, we argued that differences in individual's SA is a function of their level of activity on biological, mental, and social dimensions. This article empirically tests this proposition using a newly created Subjective(More)
While information systems (IS) research has looked at possible factors and conditions which lead to optimal performance using technology, limited attention has been paid to the possible impact of mood states. Existing literature from the field of psychology and other applied disciplines indicate that positive mood states have the potential to promote(More)
This article develops a new model for understanding the aging experience. Drawing upon aging literature from the chronological, biological, mental, and social aging perspectives, the model offered is an integrated perspective that provides better understanding of the relationship between chronological age and an individual's perceived age. The article(More)
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