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1992 and 2002 and examines whether changes are explained by cohort lifestyle and psychosocial changes. Methods: Data from two cohorts of 55-65-year-olds (n = 948 in 1992 and n = 980 in 2002) in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam are analysed. Results: Men's disability ratios are similar in both cohorts. The women's disability ratio is higher in 2002 than in 1992. In 2002 the male and female cohorts both report unhealthier behavior than in 1992. Multivariate logistic regression analyses showdoi:10.1007/s00038-008-8079-9 pmid:19112590 fatcat:4kkbwjo2bje5fmlxigmfckexjm