Depression, anxiety and cognition in community-dwelling adults aged 70 years and over
Although there is evidence of associations between anxiety, depression and cognitive function in old age, there is little work investigating relations between those variables over an extended period of time. Therefore, we used data from the Canberra Longitudinal Study to investigate 12-year cognitive change over four measurement points in relation to anxiety and depression symptoms. Latent growth models on over 836 community-dwelling persons aged 70 years and over, recruited from the electoral...[Show more]
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