Elderly people's attitudes and perceptions of aging and old age: the role of cognitive dissonance?

  • Pnina Ron
  • Published 2007 in International journal of geriatric psychiatry

Abstract

OBJECTIVE The aim of the research was to examine if and, how the attitudes and perceptions were changing during the aging process. The research sample included three hundred and eighty-eight elderly people between the ages of 65-92 who were sampled for the purpose of analyzing and comparing their attitudes and perceptions of old age and aging, in the… (More)

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