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Frontiers in psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 02/2019, Volume 10, pp. 276 - 276
This study tested the hypothesis that older adults retain high levels of everyday problem solving performance when confronting problems of maximal ecological relevance, identified through idiographic methods... 
Middle-aged adults | Younger adults | Everyday problem solving | Older adults | Idiographic methods | Psychology, Multidisciplinary | Psychology | Social Sciences | Psychological aspects | Problem solving | Adults | Analysis | older adults | middle-aged adults | idiographic methods | younger adults | everyday problem solving
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Family and consumer sciences research journal, ISSN 1077-727X, 03/2018, Volume 46, Issue 3, pp. 297 - 313
Older adults demonstrate a wide variation in technology skills. Ecological systems theory suggests that technology adoption is the product of process, person, context, and time... 
subjective aging | older adults | technology | volunteers | intergenerational | younger people | Educational programs | Ecosystems | Technology education | Environmental aspects | Systems theory | System theory | Technology adoption | Training | Skills | Technology | Older people | Technological change | Aging | Adoption of innovations
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