Physical and mental health correlates of perceived financial exploitation in older adults: Preliminary findings from the Finance, Cognition, and Health in Elders Study (FINCHES).

@article{Weissberger2019PhysicalAM,
  title={Physical and mental health correlates of perceived financial exploitation in older adults: Preliminary findings from the Finance, Cognition, and Health in Elders Study (FINCHES).},
  author={Gali H Weissberger and Laura A Mosqueda and Annie L. Nguyen and Anya Samek and Patricia A. Boyle and Caroline P. Nguyen and S. Duke Han},
  journal={Aging & mental health},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          1-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Financial exploitation (FE) in old age is poorly understood, particularly among those without significant cognitive impairment. The Finance, Cognition, and Health in Elders Study (FINCHES) aims to identify factors associated with FE among cognitively-healthy older adults. Preliminary findings regarding physical and mental health correlates in the pilot phase of FINCHES are reported. METHOD Sixteen older adults who self-reported FE were demographically-matched on age, education, sex… CONTINUE READING
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