Oral Health—A Neglected Aspect of Subjective Well-Being in Later Life

@inproceedings{Rouxel2018OralHN,
  title={Oral Health—A Neglected Aspect of Subjective Well-Being in Later Life},
  author={Patrick L Rouxel and Georgios Tsakos and Tarani Chandola and Richard G Watt},
  booktitle={The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences},
  year={2018}
}
Objectives This study examined whether oral health is a neglected aspect of subjective well-being (SWB) among older adults. The key research question was whether deterioration in oral health among dentate older adults living in England was associated with decreases in SWB, using measures of eudemonic, evaluative, and affective dimensions of well-being. Methods This secondary analysis used data from the third (2006-2007) and fifth (2010-2011) waves of respondents aged 50 and older from the… CONTINUE READING

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