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The authors examined age differences in perceived coping resources and satisfaction with life across 3 older-adult age groups (45-64, 65-74, and 75 years and older). The 98 participants represented healthy, socially active, community-residing adults. Group comparisons were made on 12 individual coping scales, and an overall coping resource effectiveness(More)
This study explored the relationship between health and social support in wives who care for husbands with dementia. In order to understand how significant others begin mobilizing help for caregivers, the significant others' views of the carers' health and social support were analysed. Subjects comprised 75 significant others identified as being familiar(More)
Subjects were 20 volunteers randomly selected from all female undergraduate students attending a local university, who were 21 years of age or older, and living off campus. The stimuli consisted of seven films, of approximately 5 minutes duration each, which depicted various types of human sexual behavior. Themes included "romantic" heterosexual behavior,(More)
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