Age Differences and Changes in Resources Essential to Aging Well: A Comparison of Sexagenarians, Octogenarians, and Centenarians

@inproceedings{Randall2011AgeDA,
  title={Age Differences and Changes in Resources Essential to Aging Well: A Comparison of Sexagenarians, Octogenarians, and Centenarians},
  author={G. Kevin Randall and Peter Martin and Alex J. Bishop and Leonard W. Poon and Mary A. Johnson},
  booktitle={Current gerontology and geriatrics research},
  year={2011}
}
THIS STUDY EXAMINED CHANGE OVER TIME IN FIVE RESOURCES ASSESSED BY THE DUKE OARS MULTIDISCIPLINARY FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE: social, economic, mental, physical, and functional resources. Two hundred and one participants in the Georgia Centenarian Study provided data for this longitudinal study: 70 sexagenarians, 63 octogenarians, and 68 centenarians. Those in their 60s and 80s were followed up within 60 months; due to mortality attrition, centenarians were followed up within 20… CONTINUE READING

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