Recreation and the Aging Process

@inproceedings{Baley1955RecreationAT,
  title={Recreation and the Aging Process},
  author={James A. Baley},
  year={1955}
}
Abstract In this study, approximately 3,000 men responded to a questionnaire covering 67 recreation activities. These men indicated whether they liked, disliked, or felt indifferent toward each activity; their frequency of participation in each; and their reasons for not participating more frequently if they desired more frequent participation. From the 3,000 questionnaires, 411 usable questionnaires were secured. The respondents were grouped into age groups as follows: 20–29, 30–39, 40–49, and… CONTINUE READING

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