Psychological Wellbeing Is an Independent Predictor of Falling In an 8-year Follow-up of Older Adults
A population-based sample (N = 787) was followed for 8 years and assessed three times on measures of well-being (depressive symptoms, morale, and control) and fall history. Marginal models assessed the association between baseline well-being measures and
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