Within-person Variability as a Dynamic Measure of Late-Life Development: New Methodologies and Future Directions
Background: Intra-individual variability is becoming a focus of research in behavioural gerontology due to theoretical and methodological advances. Objective: New directions in the study of intra-individual variability are described and unanswered questions are proposed. Methods: Papers from the special issue of Gerontology on Intra-individual Change are reviewed. Results: Key findings and approaches from this set of papers are identified, including types of latent growth curve models that...[Show more]
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