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Resilience, Wisdom, and Life Satisfaction in Elderly Living with Families and in Old-Age Homes

  title={Resilience, Wisdom, and Life Satisfaction in Elderly Living with Families and in Old-Age Homes},
  author={Saba Z. Hayat and Saira Khan and Rayna Sadia},
  journal={Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research},
The issues concerning old age are increasing in developing countries. To have broader understanding of the current scenario in Pakistani society, the study investigated the relationship between resilience, wisdom, and life satisfaction among elderly adults living with their families and living in old-age homes. The sample consisted of 212 elderly adults with age ranging from 50 to 90 years (M = 61.93, SD = 9.85). Employing the technique of snowball and purposive sampling, data was collected… 

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