Correlates of life satisfaction among elderly African Americans.

  • M M Coke
  • Published 1992 in Journal of gerontology


This study examined the correlates of Life Satisfaction among older African Americans. The sample consisted of 166 African Americans ranging in age from 65 to 88 years. There were 87 males and 79 females. Included as predictors of Life Satisfaction were self-rated health, self-perceived adequacy of income, weekly hours of participation in church activities… (More)


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