Studies among selected public: Retired

Number of studies26
Additional keywordspensioner
See alsoElderly

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Bell (1975a): study US 1973
 
The Limitations of Crisis Theory as an Explanatory Mechanism in Social Gerontology.
 
Males shortly before and after retirement, USA 1973-74
 
Börsch-Supan & Jürgens (2006): study XZ Germany West 1984
 
Early Retirement, Social Security and Well-Being in Germany.
 
50-65 aged, West-Germany, followed 18 years, 1984-2002
 
Chang & Dodder (1984): study US 1980
 
Activity and Affect among the Aged.
 
Retired teachers, Oklahoma, USA and Taipei, Taiwan, 198?
 
Danner et al. (2001): study US 1991
 
Positive Emotions in Early Life and Longevity: Findings from the Nun Study.
 
Nuns who lived in cloister since early adulthood. Followed into old age, USA, 1991
 
Drenth et al. (1983): study NL 1981 /1
 
The Meaning of Working. Results of a Survey on a National Sample and Ten Specific Target Groups in tghe Netherlands: A source Book.
 
Employed, unemployed and retired people, Netherlands, 1981
 
Eden et al. (1998): study SE 1992
 
Is Disability Pension related to Quality of Life?
 
25-59 aged disability pensioners, Kristianstad, Sweden, 1992
 
Francis & Bolger (1994): study GB 1993
 
Personality and Psychological Well-Being in Later Life.
 
55-85 aged, retired civil servants, United Kingdom, 199?
 
Gall et al. (1997): study CA Ontario 1981
 
The Retirement Adjustment Process: Changes in the Well-Being of Male Retirees across Time.
 
Male retirees, Canada, followed 6-7 years, 1981-1988
 
Garber (1971): study US California 1970
 
Retired Soldiers in Second Careers: Self-Assessed Change, Reference Group Salience, and Psychological Well-Being.
 
Middle-aged, presently employed army retirees, California, USA, 1970
 
Jackson & Gibson (1985): study US 1979
 
Work and Retirement among the Black Elderly.
 
55+ aged blacks, USA, 1979-80
 
Larson (1989): study US 1984 /1
 
Is Feeling "In Control" Related to Happiness in Daily Life?
 
Retired inhabitants of middle-sized Ontario metropolitan, USA, 198?
 
Lehr & Dreher (1969): study XZ Germany West 1965
 
Determinants of Attitudes towards Retirement.
 
60-75 aged middle class employees or former employees, Germany, 1965
 
Lehr & Dreher (1969): study XZ Germany West 1965 /1
 
Determinants of Attitudes towards Retirement.
 
Retired and employed steelworkers, Germany 1965
 
Lepper (1998): study US California 1993
 
Use of Other-Reports to Validate Subjective Well-Being Measures.
 
Retirees, Southern California, USA, followed 9 months199?
 
Levy (1978): study US 1977
 
Some Determinants of Temporal Experience in the Retired and its Correlates.
 
52-74 aged white male retirees, from two universities Mid-West U.S.A. 1977
 
Maxwell (1985): study US 1966
 
The Retirement Experience: Psychological and Financial Linkages to the Labor Market.
 
45+ aged males, USA, followed 12 years 1966-1978
 
Moriwaki (1973): study US 1971
 
Self-Disclosure, Significant Others and Psychological Well-Being in Old Age.
 
60+ aged, retirees, Los Angeles County, USA, 1971
 
Noelle-Neumann (1977a): study XZ Germany West 1976 /4
 
Politik und Glück. (Politics and Happiness).
 
16-29 aged and pensioners, West-Germany, 1976
 
Noelle-Neumann (1977a): study XZ Germany West 1976 /5
 
Politik und Glück. (Politics and Happiness).
 
16-29 aged and pensioners, West-Germany, 1976
 
Noelle-Neumann (1977a): study XZ Germany West 1976 /8
 
Politik und Glück. (Politics and Happiness).
 
16-29 aged and persioners, West-Germany, 1976
 
Peretti & Wilson (1975): study US 1973
 
Voluntary and Involuntary Retirement of Aged Males and Their Effect on Emotional Satisfaction, Usefulness, Self-Image, Emotional Stability and Interpersonal Relationships.
 
60-70 aged living in a retirement home, USA, 197?
 
Ritter et al. (1999): study US 1998
 
Current Concepts Review: Retirement from Orthopaedic Surgery.
 
Retired orthopaedic surgeons, United States, 1998
 
Skrabanek (1969): study US 1968
 
Adjustment of Former University Faculty Members to Retirement.
 
Retired faculty members, University, USA, 1968
 
Snider (1980): study CA 1976
 
Explaining Life Satisfaction: It's the Elderly's Attitudes that Count.
 
65+ aged, retired whites, Edmonton, Canada, 1976
 
Thompson et al. (1960): study US 1952
 
The Effect of Retirement on Personal Adjustment: A Panel Analysis.
 
60+ aged, employed at start, followed 2 years, USA, 1952-54
 
Virshub & Coombs (1993): study US Los Angeles County, California 1988
 
Physicians' Adjustment to Retirement.
 
Retired physicians, Los Angeles County, 198?