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
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