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Educational inequalities in late-life depression across Europe. Results from the Generations and Gender Survey
This study explores country- and gender-stratified educational differences in depression among older adults from 10 European countries. We examine inequalities in both absolute (prevalence differences) and relative (odds ...
The East-West divide in late-life depression: Results from the Generations and Gender Survey
(Norwegian Society for Psychological Science, 2017-03-08)
This study explores Europe’s country differences in depressed mood among older men and women and the role individual-level socioeconomic status, health, and social variables play in these patterns. We use cross-sectional, ...
Late-life loneliness in 11 european countries: results from the generations and gender survey
This study explores country differences in late-life loneliness in Europe among men and women and establishes the role of micro-level differences in socioeconomic status, health, and social variables in these patterns. We ...
Dynamics of volunteering and life satisfaction in midlife and old age: Findings from 12 European countries
A growing literature shows that doing voluntary work not only helps the wider community but can also improve one’s own well-being. To date, however, few studies have examined the relationship between volunteering and ...