Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download

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Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download
Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download

Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download. Researchers have known for some time that introducing the term “old” has a marked and predictable attitudinal effect (Tuckman & Lorge, 1953; Kogan & Shelton, 1962). Consider, for example, the following sentence-stems: Most people become anxious, Most young people become anxious when, Most old people become anxious when, The most salient finding from attitudinal research is that adult age isperceived as a powerful variable both by the general population and by professional service providers (Palmore, 1990). The specific attributions and expectations are secondary to the predisposition to utilize “old” as a basic discriminant category. This predisposition could introduce inadvertent bias into the examination of anxiety in old age.

Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download

Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download
Anxiety in Old Age pdf free download


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