Negative Perceptions About Aging Modify the Association Between Frailty and Cognitive Function in Older Adults


Older adults who are physically frail have poorer cognition compared to their robust peers. The mechanisms behind this association have yet to be established. Recent research has suggested that self-perceptions of aging are important predictors of physical and cognitive function in later life. This paper investigated whether self-perceptions of aging modify the relationship between frailty and cognitive function.

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subject terms

Aging & Longevity

Aging & Longevity > Health: Brain & Mental

Aging & Longevity > Health: Physical

Aging & Longevity > Health


D. Robertson

related organization

Irish Longitudinal Study on Aging (TILDA)

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Research and Studies