Whether you are young-old
, male-female, black or white, rather than like it has been over the last 25-30 years where it's been about being in the right network.
Stratification was conducted by gender and age as follows: young-old
(65-74 years), old-old (75-84 years), and oldest-old (85-94 years).
When researchers divided participants into young-old
and old-old, with age 70 as the cutoff, they found the same pattern of cognitive differences between young-old
and old-old in the diabetes and control groups.
The results of F-tests indicated that the differences in the amount of the 1st mortgage debt were statistically significant across the three age groups: baby boomers (ages 51-54), young-old
near-retirees (ages 55-59), and old-old near-retirees (ages 60-64).
After giving each mouse a leg injury, the researchers found that among the young-old
pairs, young mice healed more slowly than did young mice that hadn't been joined and old mice showed significantly faster healing rates than old, solo mice did.
It does seem clear that a distinction needs to be made among groups of elders, particularly because the information behaviors of the young-old
and the old-old may differ.
There were 25 participants in each of three age groups: young, young-old
Thus 28% of the surveys were mailed to young adults (18-34 years), 38% to middle-aged adults (35-54 years), 19% to young-old
adults (55-64 years), and 33% to old adults (65-91 years).
Because of retirement practices in the United States, these studies focused only on the young-old
among the elderly.
Financial planners today often define people aged 65 to 75 as the young-old
," and those aged 75 and older to be the old- old.
Of these respondents, 108 were middle-aged (aged 40-59), 181 were young-old
adults (aged 60-74), and 92 were old-old adults (aged 75-92).
Survey respondents included 384 young adults, 445 middle-aged adults, 233 young-old
adults, and 445 old adults (55 respondents did not list their age).