Monthly Archives: February 2015

Lower levels of trust in one’s physician is associated with more distress over time in more anxiously attached individuals with cancer.






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Lower levels of trust in one’s physician is associated with more distress over time in more anxiously attached individuals with cancer.
Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 2014 Jul-Aug;36(4):382-7
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Geographic Proximity of Adult Children and the Well-Being of Older Persons.






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Geographic Proximity of Adult Children and the Well-Being of Older Persons.
Res Aging. 2014 Aug 19;
Authors: van der Pers M, Mulder CH, Steverink N
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Geographic proximity of adult children and the well-being of older persons






This article aims to contribute to the discussion of how adult children affect the well-being of their older parents by investigating the importance of living in close geographic proximity. We investigate whether having children at all, and/or having them geographically proximate, contributes differently to the well-being of older persons living with and without a partner. We enriched survey data for the Netherlands (N = 8,379) with municipal register data and regressed life satisfaction of… Continue reading

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