Does Neighborhood Disorder Predict Recovery From Mobility Limitation? Findings From the Health and Retirement Study

@article{Latham2015DoesND,
  title={Does Neighborhood Disorder Predict Recovery From Mobility Limitation? Findings From the Health and Retirement Study},
  author={Kenzie Latham and Monica M. Williams},
  journal={Journal of Aging and Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={27},
  pages={1415 - 1442}
}
  • Kenzie Latham, Monica M. Williams
  • Published in Journal of aging and health 2015
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Objective: This research explores whether perceptions of physical neighborhood disorder predict recovery from mobility limitation over a 2-year period and examines whether psychosocial factors (i.e., depressive symptomology and mastery) and physical activity are salient mediators. Method: Using data from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS): Participant Lifestyle Questionnaire (2008-2010), odds ratio estimates of recovery were ascertained using binary logistic regression, and post hoc Sobel… CONTINUE READING

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