PMID: 592095Dec 1, 1977

Long-term effects of a control-relevant intervention with the institutionalized aged

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
J Rodin, E J Langer

Abstract

Elderly nursing home residents who were tested as part of an intervention designed to increase feelings of choice and personal responsibility over daily events were reevaluated 18 month later. Nurses' ratings and health and mortality indicators suggest that the experimental treatment and /or the processes that it set in motion had sustained beneficial effects.

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Self Care (Rehabilitation)
Decision Making, Shared
Generalization, Response
Happiness
Decline, Mortality
Nursing Homes
Socialization

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