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What Could Interfere with a Good Night’s Sleep? The Risks of Social Isolation, Poor Physical and Psychological Health among Older Adults in China
(Research on Aging;Vol. 44, Iss. 7-8, 2022-01-07)
This study provides one of the first population-based investigations of the longitudinal association between social isolation and sleep difficulty among older adults in China. We analyzed three waves of longitudinal data ...
Moving beyond living arrangements: the role of family and friendship ties in promoting mental health for urban and rural older adults in China
(Aging and Mental Health;Iss. 9, 2019-04-12)
Objective: This study examines the interplay among living arrangements, social networks, and depressive symptoms among Chinese older adults. Methods: Data are derived from the 2014 baseline survey of the China Longitudinal ...
Evolving parent–adult child relations: location of multiple children and psychological well-being of older adults in China
(Public Health;Volume 158, 2018-05)
Objective: This study examines the interplay among intergenerational emotional closeness, location of multiple children, and parental depressive symptoms in the context of massive migration in rural China. Study design: ...
Separated kin: location of multiple children and mental health trajectories of older parents in rural China
(Aging & Mental Health;, 2021-12-24)
Objective: This study examines the longitudinal association between the location of multiple children and depressive symptoms of older parents in rural China, where massive rural-to-urban migration has profoundly altered ...