Old is old is old?

  title={Old is old is old?},
  author={H Feifel and Stephen Strack},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  volume={2 4},
We examined potential differences between two matched subgroups of elderly men: young-old (65-74 years of age; n = 53) and old-old (75 years of age and older; n = 56). Subjects were fairly healthy men from community agencies, who were interviewed and tested on a number of characteristics involving personality, mood, attitudes, and behaviors. Although t… CONTINUE READING