Case Studies from Age in Action

Document Type

Article

Original Publication Date

2002

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Age in Action

Volume

17

Issue

3

First Page

1

Last Page

4

Comments

Case study from Age in Action Vol. 17, Issue 3. Reprinted from html version.

Date of Submission

November 2014

Abstract

Educational Objectives

1. To use a social psychological perspective to examine memory abilities of older adults.

2. To understand in what ways the social environment, through direct social interaction, affects the memory performance of older adults.

3. To find out what, if any, social factors support memory performance in older adults.

Rights

Copyright managed by Virginia Center on Aging.

Is Part Of

Case Studies from Age in Action

Recommended Citation

Ziegenbalg, K. (2002). Older Adults, Social Techniques, and Memory. Age in Action, 17(3), 1-4.

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