[Survival in advanced age--a comparison of short- and long-lived probands of the Bonn gerontologic longitudinal study].

  • I Fooken
  • Published 1984 in Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie

Abstract

A comparison between rather short-lived (n = 60) and rather long-lived (n = 88) participants of the initial sample of the Bonn longitudinal study on aging (BOLSA) yielded evidence - with regard to differences in the central tendencies of these two groups - for a variety of determinants of longevity in old age. The statistical analyses included eight… (More)

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@article{Fooken1984SurvivalIA, title={[Survival in advanced age--a comparison of short- and long-lived probands of the Bonn gerontologic longitudinal study].}, author={I Fooken}, journal={Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie}, year={1984}, volume={17 6}, pages={340-58} }