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  • 1.Attitudes about aging affect longevity, study says
    "Self-perceptions of aging had a greater impact on survival," the researchers say, "than did gender, socioeconomic status, loneliness and functional health." In fact, positive attitudes had a greater effect than lowered blood pressure or cholesterol (which increase life span by an estimated four years) or exercise, weight loss, or non-smoking status (which add one to three years).
    Magazine Article (October 2002)
  • 2.How will China’s only children care for their aging parents?
    Some in China are beginning to wonder whether a generation of only children — sometimes pejoratively called "little emperors" — will be ready to take on the challenge of caring for their aging parents without any siblings to ease the burden.
    Magazine Article (October 2011)
  • 3.Aging, with grace
    CE Corner topic this month is how the aging trend will have far-reaching societal consequences.
    Magazine Article (November 2011)
  • 4.In Brief: Capitol Hill briefing tackles ways to aid an aging America
    Psychologists spoke at an APA-sponsored congressional briefing on "Promoting the Mental Health of Older Adults: An Action Agenda for an Aging America."
    Magazine Article (July 2007)
  • 5.Psychologist recognized for contributions to aging
    He was recognized for his leadership in geriatrics at the National Institute of Mental Health and his efforts to promote the recognition of geropsychology within APA.
    Magazine Article (December 2004)
  • 6.Is personality the key to successful aging?
    How outgoing and reliable you are may be just as important to how well you age as your exercise and eating habits.
    Magazine Article (October 2008)
  • 7.Exploring the notion of 'lifespan'
    Dr. Ulrich Mayr is the new Editor ofPsychology and Aging. His focus will be to appeal to a broader age range.
    Magazine Article (December 2011)
  • 8.APA tells the Senate why we need more geropsychologists
    The Public Policy Office held a March 14 congressional briefing for the U.S. Senate on "The Contributions of Geropsy chologists to an Aging America."
    Magazine Article (June 2002)
  • 9.APA public interest committees advocate on Capitol Hill
    The bills discussed included the Positive Aging Act/Older Americans Act, the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act, the Children and Media Research Advancement Act, and the Lifespan Respite Care Act.
    Magazine Article (December 2006)
  • 10.A new test for early-stage dementia
    The "Everyday Cognition" scale differentiates between people with mild cognitive impairment and normally aging adults.
    Magazine Article (September 2008)
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