The psychology of the oldest-old: the fourth age

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Abstract

Most of our knowledge about ageing, including psychological ageing, stems from the young-old, those aged between 60 and 70 years. Is this knowledge applicable to the oldest-old, or do we have to differentiate between the 'Third' and the 'Fourth Age'? Curr Opin Psychiatry 11:411-415.

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