- adult adaptation to aging


adult adaptation to aging

Rather, aging occurs because of the extensive absence of adaptive genomic information required for survival to, and function at, later adult.

Ninety-five percent of aged people adapt to aging because of, or in spite of, satisfaction as an adult, the inevitable biological and psychological decline of.

Retirement and Flow: Can the Casual Leisure Pursuits of Older Adults in Retirement Create the Experience of Flow? Standridge et al. Published online: 9 Aug.