Involuntary retirement, Type A behavior, and current functioning in elderly men: 27-year follow-up of the Western Collaborative Group Study.

@article{Swan1991InvoluntaryRT,
  title={Involuntary retirement, Type A behavior, and current functioning in elderly men: 27-year follow-up of the Western Collaborative Group Study.},
  author={Gary E. Swan and Alison Dame and Dorit Carmelli},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  year={1991},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={384-91}
}
Data from 1,103 community-dwelling male participants (mean age = 71.7 years) in a 27-year cardiovascular disease follow-up were used to examine health and mental health sequelae in voluntarily and involuntarily retired Type A individuals. After controlling for age, education, and occupation, Type A subjects, determined both at intake (1960-1961) and at… CONTINUE READING