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RETIREMENT AND HEALTH*

CAROL RYSER, ALAN SHELDON
1969 Journal of The American Geriatrics Society  
In this study, the only correlation of post-retirement work with health items con- cerned the self-perception of being in good health.  ...  XVII The relationship may not be so simple for those in fair health, i.e., activities still may contribute to a sense of mental and physical well-being.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.1969.tb03172.x pmid:5763690 fatcat:urk4eh2aqrfwldhzw6a453lok4

Mapping the Minds of Retirement Planners

Douglas A. Hershey, Kène Henkens, Hendrik P. Van Dalen
2007 Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology  
Abstract This study explored the psychological mechanisms that underlie the retirement planning and saving tendencies of Dutch and American workers.  ...  Findings revealed striking differences across countries not only among structural variables predictive of key psychological and retirement planning constructs, but also in the robustness of the path models  ...  We would further contend that perceptions of one's retirement savings adequacy should be the result of active engagement in the retirement planning and saving process, thus providing a rationale for the  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022022107300280 fatcat:gfymk2kavfdexpcmfvzfhr6uke

Mapping the Minds of Retirement Planners

Douglas A. Hershey, Kene Henkens, Hendrik P. van Dalen
2006 Social Science Research Network  
This study explored the psychological mechanisms that underlie the retirement planning and saving tendencies of Dutch and American workers.  ...  Findings revealed striking differences across countries not only among structural variables predictive of key psychological and retirement planning constructs, but also in the robustness of the path models  ...  We would further contend that perceptions of one's retirement savings adequacy should be the result of active engagement in the retirement planning and saving process, thus providing a rationale for the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.907281 fatcat:wukl5cwzmjeivmtl4ybkvebauy

Retirement preparation program: evaluation of results

Tanise Amália Pazzim, Angela Helena Marin
2017 Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica  
The present study aimed to evaluate the results obtained in the retirement preparation program (RPP) regarding changes in retirement planning behaviors, the meaning of work, and improvement in quality  ...  All responded to the scale of changes in retirement planning behaviors, the Meaningful Work Scale, and the World Health Organization Quality of Life Assessment Instrument (WHOQOL-Brief), as well as a Sociodemographic  ...  The needs assessment is the first step in the development of a retirement preparation program, and it aims to know the reality of work for the identification of the targets to be cared for (Murta et al  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41155-017-0079-3 pmid:32026182 pmcid:PMC6974341 fatcat:emscidq6z5gcrkyvltagd7g7ei

Psychosocial challenges faced by retired police of officers: A case of Retired Administration Police Officers in Kenya

David Muthondeki, Merecia Anne Sirera, Margaret Mwenje
2014 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
The present study examined the psychosocial challenges experienced by the retired administration police officers in Kenya and how this impacted on their psychosocial well being after their active service  ...  The findings suggest the need for psychological support system for the police officers during active service and in the life after active service  ...  In addition, perceptions about retirement, informed by personal factors which include health and economic well being, psychological factors such as self efficacy and the internal locus of control as well  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-19815563 fatcat:3z3rqltkbfh5zkoifwymkkrwou

Retirement Planning and Quality of Life in Retirement: Factors affecting the Korean American Elders' Retirement Satisfaction

In Soo Chung
2017 Journal of Sociology and Social Work  
For the current study, four areas of information related to retirement and assumingly conducive to retirement satisfaction were measured.  ...  This study examines factors that affect retirement satisfaction of the Korean American elderly.  ...  Therefore, in conclusion, the more information about economic planning the participants have, the higher the degree of retirement satisfaction that can be expected.  ... 
doi:10.15640/jssw.v5n1a9 fatcat:kz6ml6rsuvgr7irtabfefnajfe

Unearthing Psychological Predictors of Financial Planning for Retirement Among Late Career Older Workers: Do Self-perceptions of Aging Matter?

N. Heraty, J. McCarthy
2015 Work, Aging and Retirement  
In this study, we explore psychological predictors of retirement planning behavior among late career older workers.  ...  Drawing on a sample of 1,946 older workers aged between 50 and 65 years from the first wave of The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing, we investigate whether self-perceptions of aging and awareness of  ...  interaction effect of self-perceptions and awareness of aging on the likelihood that respondents would financially plan for retirement in the form of a private pension savings plan.  ... 
doi:10.1093/workar/wav008 fatcat:bpbbjc5ejnbb3jw3itznoam4w4

Retirement Savings Model Tested With Brazilian Private Health Care Workers

Thais C. Schuabb, Lucia H. França, Silvia M. Amorim
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
The aim of this cross-sectional study is to determine Brazilian health workers' perceptions about financial planning for retirement, based on studies by Hershey and Mowen (2000).  ...  The findings confirmed the complexities of financial planning for retirement, and emphasized important factors, such as parental advice starting in childhood and the effect of this advice on goal clarity  ...  DISCUSSION This study investigated health workers in order to understand their perception about financial planning for retirement, as well as how these are related to psychological, social and economic  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01701 pmid:31396133 pmcid:PMC6664264 fatcat:s3omgqk5pvbb5as57alo3c225u

Adapting to Retirement

John H. Howard, Judith Marshall, Peter A. Rechnitzer, David A. Cunningham, Allan Donner
1982 Journal of The American Geriatrics Society  
Similarly, Streib and Schneider’ note that the education of semi- skilled or unskilled workers does little to prepare them for a life of leisure in retirement.  ...  In a re-analysis of the Simpson et al sample,*!  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.1982.tb01686.x pmid:7047622 fatcat:qi6qru4t6vehjb6hfaijv2c35m

Work, Aging, and Retirement in Europe: Introduction to the Special Issue

F. Fraccaroli, J. Deller
2015 Work, Aging and Retirement  
First we describe important differences in demographic trends relevant for older workers and retirees, as well as the high variance of the European socioeconomic context, in different countries in Europe  ...  This special issue of the Journal, titled "work, aging and retirement in Europe," hosts a number of articles that can be characterized by two common themes:  ...  Authors investigate the role of several important psychological resources (self-perceptions of aging, perceived control on aging, and awareness of aging) in influencing financial planning for retirement  ... 
doi:10.1093/workar/wav017 fatcat:k6vybivkcfhs3ewaofkr7xp5ru

Intricacies Related To Retirement

NG'ANG'A Elijah
2018 Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal  
The relationship between employment and retirement is changing dramatically in industrialized societies, with a decreasing proportion of working life being spent in stable career progression.  ...  There is little research about the effects of employment transitions and instability in later life on health, but limited research on instability early in the working life does show a strong and significant  ...  They found that the number of years of education as well as the level of education influence the (early) retirement age.  ... 
doi:10.14738/assrj.53.3356 fatcat:t6ev6rydm5cyzmmr3m7z244osu

Retirement Timing: A Review and Recommendations for Future Research

Gwenith G. Fisher, Dorey S. Chaffee, Amanda Sonnega
2016 Work, Aging and Retirement  
The purpose of our study is to review and integrate prior research regarding retirement timing.  ...  A BSTR ACT Although there have been many reviews of the retirement literature in recent years, the issue of retirement timing has received less attention, neglecting some large and important issues.  ...  Normative expectations appear to play an important role in retirement effects on psychological well-being.  ... 
doi:10.1093/workar/waw001 fatcat:a5nldeydandzbm2yzsj6jdjeei

Truly Satisfied With Your Retirement or Just Resigned? Pathways Toward Different Patterns of Retirement Satisfaction

Kristina Potočnik, Núria Tordera, José María Peiró
2011 Journal of Applied Gerontology  
We also examined a set of antecedents of observed retirement satisfaction forms and their impact on psychological well-being.  ...  These findings provide preliminary support for the study of retirement satisfaction from the dynamic perspective and call for more research on this issue.  ...  Because chronological age, level of education, and gender might be related with individual well-being, we introduced these variables in the first step to partial out their effects in the studied relationships  ... 
doi:10.1177/0733464811405988 pmid:25474215 fatcat:sxpegusmzfgxblontedyxiy4pi

Retirement perception and workers' behavior: a comparative study between workers of the public and private sectors of some selected enterprises in the Bamenda Municipality

2020 Journal of Education and Practice  
This study was aimed at assessing the retirement perception of workers of the public and private sector in Bamenda Municipality and their consequent economic and social behavior towards the concept of  ...  Management of life after retirement entails planning for the unpredictable and unavoidable new lifestyle when one is still in active service.  ...  Moreover, in preparation for retirement, the enterprise should alert workers to the financial security, health and lifestyle of retirement early enough to be effective.  ... 
doi:10.7176/jep/11-27-16 fatcat:jbubmmplurfp5pd6g2lrliv66a

Extending the integrated model of retirement adjustment: Incorporating mastery and retirement planning

Tarryn Donaldson, Joanne K. Earl, Alexa M. Muratore
2010 Journal of Vocational Behavior  
After controlling for the effects of demographics and health, a higher personal sense of mastery and more favorable conditions of exit significantly predicted adjustment to retirement.  ...  Practical implications for the design of interventions to promote mastery in later life and provide control over the transition from the workforce are discussed. Crown  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the support of National Seniors Australia for providing assistance with data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2010.03.003 fatcat:nzwao4bkp5b4rolzlnpq66phde
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