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Topic- Attitudes & perceptions

 

Drive and talk? Over half of 65+ do-6051

Drive and talk? Over half of 65+ do

A survey was answered anonymously by 397 people 65 years and older, 82% of whom owned a smartphone.

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Attitudes & perceptions

Ageism has many consequences-6039

Ageism has many consequences

Ageist attitudes may increase a person's worry about dementia and could lead to discrimination in the workplace.

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How do older adults define successful aging?-5956

How do older adults define successful aging?

Successful aging has been described in a variety of ways by gerontologists and other professionals.

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Acceptance of activity trackers depends on purpose-5922

Acceptance of activity trackers depends on purpose

Questionnaires, diaries and interviews were collected among 16 people ages 65-75 years old on their use of an online website to track their diet and exercise (myfitnesspal.com)

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Acceptance of technologies to reduce falls depends on ease of use-5920

Acceptance of technologies to reduce falls depends on ease of use

The iStoppFalls project incorporates a variety of technologies, including motion detectors, exercise games, access to educational material and social media.

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Acceptance of assistive robots depends on who you ask-5917

Acceptance of assistive robots depends on who you ask

Ten older adults with mild-to-moderate Alzheimerís disease were prompted to go to the bathroom and wash their hands and to visit the kitchen to make tea by a tele-operated robot [controlled remotely by a human being].

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