Functional Limitations and Gender Differences: Neighborhood Effects.

Abstract

Rates of functional limitations are consistently higher for women than for men, but it is not clear why. While some studies have examined individual risk factors, others have turned to broader social characteristics. We examined the effects of both individual and neighborhood characteristics associated with the functional limitations of older men and women… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0091415015614843

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@article{WilsonGenderson2015FunctionalLA, title={Functional Limitations and Gender Differences: Neighborhood Effects.}, author={Maureen C Wilson-Genderson and Rachel A Pruchno}, journal={International journal of aging & human development}, year={2015}, volume={81 1-2}, pages={83-100} }