There is controversial evidence concerning the variables favoring depression in community-dwelling elderly individuals. This study mainly investigates the impact of lifestyle, residential environment, cognitive efficiency and social desirability in predicting self-assessed depressive signs in late adult span.

Do self-referent metacognition and residential context predict depressive symptoms across late-life span? A developmental study in an Italian sample

FASTAME, MARIA CHIARA;HITCHCOTT, PAUL KENNETH;PENNA, MARIA PIETRONILLA
2015

Abstract

There is controversial evidence concerning the variables favoring depression in community-dwelling elderly individuals. This study mainly investigates the impact of lifestyle, residential environment, cognitive efficiency and social desirability in predicting self-assessed depressive signs in late adult span.
aging; depression; mental health; metacognition; older adults; predictors; social desirability
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