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European Journal of Ageing

Social, Behavioural and Health Perspectives

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06.09.2018 | Original Investigation

Loneliness amongst older people in Europe: a comparative study of welfare regimes

Previous research implies that the extent of welfare state regime provision plays an important indirect role in the prevalence of loneliness in later life. The aim of this study was therefore to assess the association between quality of living …

05.09.2018 | Original Investigation

Social networks and social activities promote cognitive functioning in both concurrent and prospective time: evidence from the SHARE survey

The study aimed to investigate the role of social activities, social networks as well as socioeconomic status (SES) in influencing some aspects of cognitive functioning (immediate and delayed verbal recall tests and semantic verbal fluency) in …

03.09.2018 | Original Investigation

Non-response in surveys of very old people

Very old people are known to participate less often in social surveys than younger age-groups. However, survey participation among very old people in institutional settings is understudied. Additionally, the focus of the literature is on response …

01.09.2018 | Original Investigation

The current and projected burden of multimorbidity: a cross-sectional study in a Southern Europe population

In a context of increasing ageing of the population, it is crucial to better understand multimorbidity and its consequences. This study measured the prevalence of multimorbidity in a Southern Europe population and projected its evolution based on …

02.08.2018 | Original Investigation

Longitudinal associations between lifestyle, socio-economic position and physical functioning in women at different life stages

Women’s physical functioning declines with age and the rate of decline increases with age, but substantial disparities exist in trajectories over time. To inform development of interventions to optimise physical functioning across the adult life …

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The interdisciplinary European Journal of Ageing: Social, Behavioural and Health Perspectives (EJA) is devoted to the understanding of ageing around the world. Coverage includes original articles on the social, behavioral and health-related aspects of ageing, encouraging an integrated approach among these aspects. The editors emphasize empirical research, including meta-analyses, but also consider conceptual papers, including narrative reviews, and methodological contributions. By stimulating communication between researchers and those using research findings, EJA aims to contribute to the formulation of better policies and the development of better practice in serving older adults.

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