Dorly Deeg van LASA

D.J.H. (Dorly) Deeg

Emeritus hoogleraar Epidemiologie van de veroudering (Prof.dr.)
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Verbonden aan LASA sinds 1991 Mijn huidige werk richt zich op oudere werkenden (v/m), hun gezondheid, pensionering, en het leven na de pensionering. Tot mijn pensioengerechtigde leeftijd was ik wetenschappelijk directeur van LASA. In de loop der jaren heb ik mij, samen met collega’s binnen en buiten het LASA-team, met vele aspecten van het functioneren van ouderen bezig gehouden. Mijn publieksboek ‘Gewonnen jaren; heldere inzichten over hoe wij ouder worden’ is een weerslag van een groot deel van al dit onderzoek. Nu is het een groot genoegen om zelf onderzoek te kunnen doen met de veelzijdige gegevens die in de loop der jaren zijn verzameld door het LASA-team. Naast mijn werk in LASA heb ik met prof.dr. Hans-Werner Wahl het internationale wetenschappelijke tijdschrift de European Journal of Ageing opgericht, waarvan ik van 2004 tot 2017 een van de redacteuren was.   Recente onderzoeksprojecten
  • Netspar – Secular trends in employment of older workers in the Netherlands and Norway
  • Netspar – Occupation-based life expectancy
  • Netspar – Changes in Retirement Policies and Cohort Differences
  • EXTEND
  • MOPACT
  • EPOSA
  Lid van
  • Groep werk (groepshoofd)
  • Groepen lichamelijk
  • Groep mentaal
  • Groep zorg
  • Kerngroep Onderzoek (KGO)
  • Buiten LASA: lid van verscheidene review panels en advisory boards gerelateerd aan longitudinaal onderzoek in Europa

    Publicaties

    • Gesundheit vor und nach der Rente.

    • Macro-level determinants of post-retirement health and health inequalities: A multilevel analysis of 18 European countries,

    • Educational differences in macro-level determinants of early exit from paid work: a multilevel analysis of 14 European countries.

    • Factors associated with functional decline in hand and hip/knee osteoarthritis after a year’s time: data from the EPOSA study.

    • Capturing subjective age, subjective life expectancy, and their links with older adults’ health: the Dutch Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Capturing Subjective Age, Subjective Life Expectancy, and Their Links With Older Adults’ Health: The Dutch Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Predictors of frailty and vitality in older adults aged 75 years and over: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Impact of clinical osteoarthritis of the hip, knee and hand on self-rated health in six European countries: the European Project on OSteoArthritis.

    • Social and physical neighbourhood characteristics and loneliness in older adults: results from the MINDMAP project.

    • Clinical osteoarthritis of the hip and knee and fall risk: The role of low physical functioning and pain medication.

    • Beleid op luchtverkeerslawaai. En de invloed hiervan op de mentale gezondheid van ouderen.

    • Educational differences in the influence of health on early work exit among older workers.

    • Neighbourhood resources associated with active travel in older adults - a cohort study in six European countries.

    • Trajectories of Big Five Personality Traits: A Coordinated Analysis of 16 Longitudinal Samples.

    • Occupational exposures associated with life expectancy without and with disability.

    • Work characteristics and health in older workers: Educational inequalities.

    • Neighborhood environment, social participation, and physical activity in older adults with lower limb osteoarthritis: A mediation analysis.

    • Predictors of Frailty and Vitality in Older Adults Aged 75 years and Over: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Gooi niet alle ouderen op een hoop.

    • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: cohort update 2019 and additional data collections.

    • The tide has turned: incidence of depression declined in community living young-old adults over one decade.

    • The linkage between aging, migration and resilience: Resilience in the life of older Turkish and Moroccan immigrants.

    • Association Between Osteoarthritis and Social Isolation: Data From the EPOSA Study.

    • Who will become my co-residents? The role of attractiveness of institutional care in the changing demand for long-term care institutions.

    • Maintaining cognitive function with internet use: a two-country, six-year longitudinal study.

    • Predictors in starting and stopping Internet use between 2002 and 2012 by Dutch adults 65 years and older.

    • Trends in systolische bloeddruk in de Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA) tussen 1995-2016.

    • Educational inequalities in health after work exit: the role of work characteristics.

    • Working life expectancy in good and poor self-perceived health among Dutch workers aged 55-65 years with a chronic disease over the period 1992-2016.

    • Gewonnen jaren. Heldere inzichten over hoe wij ouder worden.

    • The rise in life expectancy-corresponding rise in subjective life expectancy? Changes over the period 1999-2016.

    • Use of internet maintains cognitive functioning.

    • A Multi-study Coordinated Meta-analysis of Pulmonary Function and Cognition in Aging.

    • Relative importance of four functional measures as predictors of 15-year mortality in the older Dutch population.

    • Dysregulation of the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis and cognitive capability at older ages: individual participant meta-analysis of five cohorts.

    • Do religious activities among young-old immigrants act as a buffer against the effect of a lack of resources on well-being?

    • Veerkracht bij ouderen met een lage sociaal-economische positie.

    • Associations of neighbourhood sociodemographic characteristics with depressive and anxiety symptoms in older age: Results from a 5-wave study over 15 years.

    • Personal and work-related predictors of early exit from paid work among older workers with health limitations.

    • Minimal clinically important decline in physical function over one year: EPOSA study.

    • Within-person pain variability and physical activity in older adults with osteoarthritis from six European countries.

    • Trends across 20 years in multiple indicators of functioning among older adults in the Netherlands.

    • Changes in working life expectancy with disability in the Netherlands, 1992-2016.

    • Trends in working conditions and health across three cohorts of older workers in 1993, 2003 and 2013: a cross-sequential study.

    • Working longer is for 50 percent with health limitations.

    • A Healthy Lifestyle in Old Age and Prospective Change in Four Domains of Functioning.

    • Cohort Differences in Cognitive Aging in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Working life expectancy in good and poor self-perceived health among Dutch workers aged 55-65 years with a chronic disease over the period 1992-2016.

    • Air Pollution and Performance-Based Physical Functioning in Dutch Older Adults

    • 23-Year Trends in Life Expectancy in Good and Poor Physical and Cognitive Health at Age 65 Years in the Netherlands, 1993-2016.

    • Towards better prediction of individual longevity.

    • Employability after age 65?

    • Perceived constraints in late midlife: Cohort differences in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA).

    • The physical, mental, and social impact of COPD in a population-based sample: results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Tracking changes in frailty throughout later life: results from a 17-year longitudinal study in the Netherlands.

    • Socioeconomic Inequalities in Frailty among Older Adults: Results from a 10-Year Longitudinal Study in the Netherlands.

    • Diversity in Older Adults&#39 Care Networks: The Added Value of Individual Beliefs and Social Network Proximity.

    • Secular trends in excess mortality of late-life depression.

    • Secular trends in the prevalence of major and subthreshold depression among 55-64-year olds over 20 years.

    • Gezondheidsverschillen onder oudere migranten in Nederland.

    • Resilience in the Disabling Effect of Gait Speed Among Older Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants and Native Dutch.

    • "Tough Times Have Become Good Times": Resilience in Older Adults With a Low Socioeconomic Position.

    • Do older individuals who are diagnosed with cancer have worse physical performance prior to diagnosis compared to matched controls? A longitudinal cohort study.

    • The association between singing and/or playing a musical instrument and cognitive functions in older adults.

    • The Burden of ADHD in Older Adults: A Qualitative Study.

    • Explaining Discrepancies Between the Digit Triplet Speech-in-Noise Test Score and Self-Reported Hearing Problems in Older Adults.

    • Trends in leefstijl van 55-64 jarigen in de periode 1992-2013.

    • Trends in lifestyle among three cohorts of adults aged 55-64 years in 1992/1993, 2002/2003 and 2012/2013.

    • Affective well-being in the last years of life: The role of health decline.

    • Cohort profile: the Geoscience and Health Cohort Consortium (GECCO) in the Netherlands.

    • Luchtvervuiling en fysiek functioneren van ouderen in Nederland.

    • Time Trend in Persistent Cognitive Decline: Results From the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Changes in admission to long-term care institutions in the Netherlands: comparing two cohorts over the period 1996-1999 and 2006-2009.

    • Ten-Year Course of Cosmic Transcendence in Older Adults in the Netherlands.

    • Two decades of working beyond age 65 in the Netherlands.

    • Cardiovascular disease in older workers How can workforce participation be maintained in light of changes over time in determinants of cardiovascular disease?

    • Personality Predicts Mortality Risk: An Integrative Data Analysis of 15 International Longitudinal Studies.

    • Development and validation of a frailty index in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Trends in sociale-, emotionele- en gezondheidsproblematiek van Nederlandse ouderen tussen 1992 en 2012.

    • Is the naturalistic course of depression in older people related to received support over time? Results from a longitudinal population-based study.

    • The Effects of Life Events and Socioeconomic Position in Childhood and Adulthood on Successful Aging.

    • Capturing the Diversity of Successful Aging: An Operational Definition Based on 16-Year Trajectories of Functioning.

    • Perceived stress and cognitive function in older adults: which aspect of perceived stress is important?

    • Early life undernutrition and adult height: The Dutch famine of 1944-45.

    • Predictors of Entering a Hearing Aid Evaluation Period: A Prospective Study in Older Hearing-Help Seekers.

    • Gait Speed and Processing Speed as Clinical Markers for Geriatric Health Outcomes.

    • Does the Size of the Effect of Adverse Events at High Ages on Daily-Life Physical Functioning Depend on the Economic Conditions Around Birth?

    • How to determine an impaired health status in COPD: Results from a population-based study.

    • Associations between perceived neighbourhood problems and quality of life in older adults with and without osteoarthritis: Results from the Hertfordshire Cohort Study.

    • Langer zelfstandig. Ouder worden met hulpbronnen, ondersteuning en zorg.

    • Functioning Without Cartilage: Older People With Radiographic Knee Osteoarthritis Who Self-Report No Functional Limitations Do Score Lower on a Performance Battery.

    • Decreasing Hospital Length of Stay: Effects on Daily Functioning in Older Adults.

    • A cross-national and longitudinal study on predictors in starting and stopping Internet use (2001-2013) by Swedish and Dutch older adults 66 years and above.

    • From Advance Euthanasia Directive to Euthanasia: Stable Preference in Older People?

    • Assistive technology and self-rated health in comparison with age peers: a longitudinal study in 55–64-year-olds.

    • Factors Important for Work Participation Among Older Workers with Depression, Cardiovascular Disease, and Osteoarthritis: A Mixed Method Study.

    • Ten-Year Course of Cosmic Transcendence in Older Adults in the Netherlands.

    • Mixed care networks of community-dwelling older adults with physical health impairments in the Netherlands.

    • Development and validation of a questionnaire assessing the perceived control in health care among older adults with care needs in the Netherlands.

    • Gender and Physical Health in Later Life.

    • Commentaar. Naar een ouderdom met minder gebreken? Trends in gezonde levensverwachting.

    • Gezond werken, maar ook gezond met pensioen.

    • Predictors of social leisure activities in older Europeans with and without multimorbidity.

    • Trend study on the association between hospital admissions and the health of Dutch older adults (1995-2009).

    • Increasing social participation of older people: are there different barriers for those in poor health? Introduction to the special section.

    • Impact of loneliness and depression on mortality: results from the Longitudinal Ageing Study Amsterdam.

    • Adverse effects of frailty on social functioning in older adults: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: cohort update 2016 and major findings.

    • Socioeconomic inequalities in a 16-year longitudinal measurement of successful ageing.

    • Trends in risk factors for coronary heart disease in the Netherlands.

    • Vitamin D and memory decline: Two population-based prospective studies.

    • Continuity of care in primary care and association with survival in older people: a 17-year prospective cohort study.

    • Gait Speed and the Natural Course of Depressive Symptoms in Late Life; An Independent Association With Chronicity?

    • Lifetime stability of ADHD symptoms in older adults.

    • How Hand Osteoarthritis, Comorbidity, and Pain Interact to Determine Functional Limitation in Older People: Observations From the European Project on OSteoArthritis Study.

    • Trends in the informal and formal home-care use of older adults in the Netherlands between 1992 and 2012.

    • The association of the neighbourhood built environment with objectively measured physical activity in older adults with and without lower limb osteoarthritis.

    • The influence of weather conditions on joint pain in older adults with osteoarthritis.

    • The Influence of Weather Conditions on Outdoor Physical Activity Among Older People With and Without Osteoarthritis in 6 European Countries.

    • Availability and use of neighborhood resources by older people with osteoarthritis: Results from the European Project on OSteoArthritis.

    • Role of vision loss, functional limitations and the supporting network in depression in a general population.

    • Osteoarthritis and frailty in elderly individuals across six European countries: results from the European Project on OSteoArthritis (EPOSA).

    • Oud worden is normaal.

    • Letter to the editor: Older Dutch People's Self-Reported Advance Euthanasia Directive Completion Before and After the Enactment of the Euthanasia Law: A Time Trend Study (1998-2011).

    • Diversiteit in ouder worden hanteerbaar maken voor beleid en praktijk.

    • The relationships between ADHD and social functioning and participation in older adults in a population-based study.

    • Relation between blood pressure and mortality risk in an older population: role of chronological and biological age.

    • Prevalence and Incidence of Memory Complaints in Employed Compared to Non-Employed Aged 55-64 Years and the Role of Employment Characteristics.

    • A 13-year prospective cohort study on the effects of aging and frailty on the depression-pain relationship in older adults.

    • The role of adverse life events on depression in older adults with ADHD.

    • No lower cognitive functioning in older adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

    • Noninvasive molecular screening for oral precancer in Fanconi anemia patients.

    • The Influence of Weather Conditions on Joint Pain in Older People with Osteoarthritis: Results from the European Project on OSteoArthritis.

    • The effect of trends in health and longevity on health services use by older adults.

    • Predictors of having paid work in older workers with and without chronic disease: a 3-year prospective cohort study.

    • Twelve-Year History of Late-Life Depression and Subsequent Feelings to God.

    • Perceived control in health care: A conceptual model based on experiences of frail older adults.

    • Nieuwe tijden, nieuwe prioriteiten?

    • How do general end-of-life treatment goals and values relate to specific treatment preferences? A population-based study

    • Disease prevalence based on older people's self-reports increased, but patient-general practitioner agreement remained stable, 1992-2009.

    • Plasma osteocalcin levels as a predictor of cardiovascular disease in older men and women: a population-based cohort study.

    • Explaining the association between educational level and frailty in older adults: results from a 13-year longitudinal study in the Netherlands.

    • Do psychosocial resources modify the effects of frailty on functional decline and mortality?

    • The impact of an unfavorable depression course on network size and loneliness in older people: a longitudinal study in the community.

    • Discussion between informal and formal caregivers of community-dwelling older adults.

    • Adverse childhood and recent negative life events: contrasting associations with cognitive decline in older persons.

    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Personality Characteristics in Older Adults in the General Dutch Population.

    • Hearing loss in older persons: does the rate of decline affect psychosocial health?

    • Associations of Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Concentrations With Quality of Life and Self-Rated Health in an Older Population .

    • Do negative life events promote gerotranscendence in the second half of life?

    • Development and validation of a physical and psychosocial job-exposure matrix in older and retired workers.

    • Leeftijd is meer dan een getal: subjectieve leeftijd en subjectieve levensverwachting onder Nederlandse ouderen.

    • Circulating uncarboxylated matrix Gla protein, a marker of vitamin K status, as a risk factor of cardiovascular disease.

    • Classification models for identification of at-risk groups for incident memory complaints.

    • Insulin-like growth factor-1 and risk of late-onset Alzheimer&#39s disease: findings from a family study.

    • Longitudinal changes and seasonal variations in serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in different age groups: results of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Opvattingen van ouderen over levensbeëindiging.

    • PTH: a new target in arteriosclerosis?

    • The elimination half-life of benzodiazepines and fall risk: two prospective observational studies.

    • Does frailty predict increased risk of falls and fractures? A prospective population-based study.

    • Genderregimes en gezondheidsverschillen in Europa.

    • Understanding the mortality decline at older ages. Improved life course or improved present period?

    • Toename arbeidsdeelname ondanks slechtere gezondheid.

    • Changes in functional ability with ageing and over time.

    • Where we are now ? Monitoring health and disability in older European populations and what harmonisation efforts (CLESA, EPOSA) could tell.

    • Does loneliness mediate the relation between social support and cognitive functioning in later life?

    • Seventeen-year time trend in poor self-rated health in older adults: changing contributions of chronic diseases and disability.

    • Hoe is uw gezondheidstoestand? Ook de ervaren gezondheid van 90-plussers wordt bepaald door chronische aandoeningen en functionele beperkingen.

    • "How was your health 3 years ago?" Predicting mortality in older adults using a retrospective change measure of self-rated health.

    • Is Self-Rated Health Still Sensitive for Changes in Disease and Functioning Among Nonagenarians?

    • Dysregulation of the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis and physical performance at older ages: an individual participant meta-analysis.

    • Regie, een buffer tegen voortschrijdende beperkingen bij ouderen.

    • Decision-making capacity and communication about care of older people during their last three months of life.

    • Changes over a decade in end-of-life care and transfers during the last 3 months of life: A repeated survey among proxies of deceased older people.

    • The comorbidity of anxiety and depressive symptoms in older adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a longitudinal study.

    • De laatste levensmaanden van ouderen in Nederland (LASA-rapport 2012).

    • Preferences and Actual Treatment of Older Adults at the End of Life. A Mortality Follow-Back Study.

    • Coordinated analysis of age, sex, and education effects on change in MMSE scores.

    • Decline in older persons ability to recognize speech in noise: The influence of demographic, health-related, environmental, and cognitive factors.

    • Hearing status in older persons: A significant determinant of depression and loneliness? Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Do employed and not employed 55 to 64-year-olds' memory complaints relate to memory performance? A longitudinal cohort study.

    • Longitudinal mediation of processing speed on age-related change in memory and fluid intelligence.

    • Criterion validity of an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) screening list for screening ADHD in older adults aged 60-94 years.

    • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Physical Health, and Lifestyle in Older Adults.

    • Vitamin D status is associated with functional limitations and functional decline in older individuals.

    • Gender differences in the relation between depression and social support in later life.

    • Serum IGF1, metabolic syndrome, and incident cardiovascular disease in older people: a population-based study.

    • Met zorg ouder worden. Zorgtrajecten van ouderen in tien jaar.

    • Depression and Cognition: How Do They Interrelate in Old Age?

    • European project on osteoarthritis: design of a six-cohort study on the personal and societal burden of osteoarthritis in an older European population.

    • Death with dignity from the perspective of the surviving family: a survey study among family caregivers of deceased older adults.

    • Effects of self-reported osteoarthritis on physical performance: a longitudinal study with a 10-year follow-up.

    • Changing everyday activities of couples in late life: Converging and keeping up.

    • Sport en eenzaamheid. Individuele en groepssport en de relatie met emotionele en sociale eenzaamheid bij ouderen (LASA-rapport 2012).

    • Modeling the relationship between health and health care expenditures using a latent Markov model.

    • Late-Life Depressive Symptoms, Religiousness, and Mood in the Last Week of Life.

    • Older peoples' attitudes towards euthanasia and an end-of-life pill in The Netherlands: 2001-2009.

    • Alcohol consumption among persons aged 55+ in the Netherlands.

    • Veroudering en ouderenzorg.

    • Estimates of prospective change in self-rated health in older people were biased owing to potential recalibration response shift.

    • The temporal relation between pain and depression: results from the longitudinal aging study Amsterdam.

    • The disabling effect of diseases: A study on trends in diseases, activity limitations, and their interrelationships.

    • Do major life events influence physical activity among older adults: the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Associations between Safety from Crime, Cycling, and Obesity in a Dutch Elderly Population: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Prevalence of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in older adults in The Netherlands.

    • Older individuals with diabetes have an increased risk of recurrent falls: analysis of potential mediating factors: the Longitudinal Ageing Study Amsterdam

    • Kwetsbare ouderen: Zorg of geen zorg? (LASA-rapport 2011).

    • The association between depressive symptoms and non-psychiatric hospitalisation in older adults.

    • Een slechter gehoor leit tot meer eenzaamheid, maar niet bij alle ouderen.

    • The effect of retirement and age at retirement on self-perceived health after three years of follow-up in Dutch 55-64-years-olds.

    • Do depressive symptoms and gait speed impairment predict each other&#39s incidence? a 16-year prospective study in the community.

    • High prevalence of undernutrition in Dutch community-dwelling older individuals.

    • The clinical and pathological phenotype of C9ORF72 hexanucleotide repeat expansions.

    • Ten-year trends in benzodiazepine use in the Dutch population.

    • Contribution of frailty markers in explaining differences among individuals in five samples of older persons.

    • The role of extracerebral cholesterol homeostasis and ApoE e4 in cognitive decline.

    • The role of lipoproteins and inflammation in cognitive decline: Do they interact?

    • Peak expiratory flow rate shows a gender-specific association with vitamin d deficiency.

    • Region-specific fat mass and muscle mass and mortality in community-dwelling older men and women.

    • Development and validation of criteria for determining undernutrition in community-dwelling older men and women: The Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire 65+

    • Changes in the quality of life of older people living at home: does type of care play a role?

    • Religiousness and mood in the last week of life: an explorative approach based on after-death proxy interviews.

    • Accumulated and differential effects of life events on cognitive decline in older persons: depending on depression, baseline cognition, or ApoE ε4 status?

    • Do positive psychological characteristics modify the associations of physical performance with functional decline and institutionalization? Findings from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Endogenous subclinical thyroid disorders, physical and cognitive function, depression, and mortality in older individuals.

    • Somatic multimorbidity and self-rated health in the older population.

    • Salivary cortisol, APOE-ε4 allele and cognitive decline in a prospective study of older persons.

    • Optimal cutoff values for high-risk waist circumference in older adults based on related health outcomes.

    • Cohort Profile: The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • War stress and late-life mortality in world war II male civilian resistance veterans.

    • Quick estimation of the risk of recurrent falls in the elderly.

    • Mogelijkheden voor preventie van AWBZ-gebruik: netwerken van zelfstandig wonende ouderen (LASA-rapport 2010).

    • Early life undernutrition and chronic diseases at older ages: The effects of the Dutch famine on cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.

    • Prospective effects of hearing status on loneliness and depression in older persons: Identification of subgroups.

    • Older people who are 'weary of life' their expectations for the future and perceived hopelessness

    • Wishes to Die in Older People. A Quantitative Study of Prevalence and Associated Factors.

    • Understanding Why Older People Develop a Wish to Die. A Qualitative Interview Study.

    • Cognitive functioning and the natural course of depressive symptoms in late life.

    • European Project on OSteoArthritis (EPOSA): methodological challenges in harmonization of existing data from five European population-based cohorts on aging.

    • Early determinants for the development of undernutrition in an older general population: Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Trends in activity limitations: the Dutch older population between 1990 and 2007.

    • Physical inactivity in Parkinson's disease.

    • The harmonisation of longitudinal data: a case study using data from cohort studies in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

    • Godsbeeld en depressie bij ouderen in Sassenheim: een detailverkenning naar schuldgevoelens.

    • Formal and informal social participation of the 'young-old' in The Netherlands in 1992 and 2002.

    • The association between serum cortisol and cognitive decline in older persons.

    • De opkomst van de kwetsbare oudere-over ambivalente gezondheidstrends en mogelijke verklaringen.

    • Cohort differences in 3-year adaptation to health problems among Dutch middle-aged, 1992-1995 and 2002-2005.

    • Empowerment (LASA-rapport 2009).

    • Early and late life events and salivary cortisol in older persons.

    • Exploring cut-off values for large waist circumference in older adults: a new methodological approach.

    • Ouderdom komt echt met gebreken. Zijn we wel fit genoeg om langer door te werken.

    • Low fertility in contemporary humans and the mate value of their children: sex-specific effects on social status indicators.

    • Is there a U-shaped association between physical activity and falling in older persons?

    • Do early life and contemporaneous macroconditions explain health at older ages? An application to functional limitations of Dutch older individuals.

    • Personality predicts recurrence of late-life depression.

    • The association of serum insulin-like growth factor-I with mortality, cardiovascular disease, and cancer in the elderly: a population-based study.

    • The role of early-life conditions in the cognitive decline due to adverse events later in life.

    • Language differences in qualitative research: is meaning lost in translation?

    • Vision-related quality of life Core Measure (VCM1) showed low-impact differential item functioning between groups with different administration modes.

    • Extramurale zorgpakketten. Verleende zorg aan thuiswonende ouderen in onderscheidende pakketten (LASA-rapport 2010).

    • Glucocorticoid receptor gene polymorphisms and childhood adversity are associated with depression: new evidence for a gene-environment interaction.

    • Lipid Levels: A Link Between Cardiovascular Disease and Osteoporosis?

    • Somatic chronic diseases and 6-year change in cognitive functioning among older persons.

    • Kwetsbare ouderen: over de epidemiologie van ziekten en beperkingen.

    • The Longitudinal Ageing Study Amsterdam: a survey of 17 years of research into changes in daily functioning.

    • Van oude naar nieuwe mythen over ouder worden.

    • Personality characteristics and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis regulation in older persons.

    • The role of coping resources on change in well-being during persistent health decline.

    • The symptom profile of vascular depression.

    • Utilization of acute and long-term care in the last year of life: comparison with survivors in a population-based study.

    • Challenges at work and financial rewards to stimulate longer workforce participation.

    • The meaning of frailty according to Dutch older frail and non-frail persons.

    • Higher inflammatory marker levels in older persons: associations with 5-year change in muscle mass and muscle strength.

    • Variation at GRN 3'-UTR rs5848 is not associated with a risk of frontotemporal lobar degeneration in Dutch population.

    • Evidence for an association of the big five personality factors with recurrence of depressive symptoms in later life.

    • Physical activity and incident clinical knee osteoarthritis in older adults.

    • Onset of anxiety and depression in the aging population: comparison of risk factors in a 9-year prospective study.

    • Late-life depression, cortisol and the metabolic syndrome (Brief report).

    • God image and Five-Factor Model personality characteristics in later life: A study among inhabitants of Sassenheim in The Netherlands.

    • Religiousness and mood in the last week of life.

    • God image and mood in old age: Results from a community-based pilot study in the Netherlands.

    • Inflammatory markers in late-life depression: Results from a population-based study.

    • Kwetsbaarheid bij ouderen: predictoren en gevolgen [Frailty in the older persons. Predictors and outcomes].

    • Obesity in older adults is associated with an increased prevalence and incidence of pain.

    • Educational differences in functional limitations: comparisons of 55-65-year-olds in the Netherlands in 1992 and 2002.

    • Depression is associated with decreased 25-Hydroxyvitamin D and increased Parathyoid Hormone levels in older adults.

    • Persistent deterioration of functioning (PDF) and change in well-being in older persons.

    • Early-Onset Dementia Is Associated with Higher Mortality.

    • Validering van screeningsinstrumenten voor de identificatie van vallers (LASA-rapport 2008).

    • Low testosterone levels and decline in physical performance and muscle strength in older men: findings from two prospective cohort studies.

    • Setting and registry characteristics affect the prevalence and nature of multimorbidity in the elderly.

    • Multimorbiditeit: de nieuwe epidemie.

    • Trends in antidepressant use in the older population: Results from the LASA-study over a period of 10 years.

    • Verschuiving van de ervaren gezondheid van 55-64-jarigen tussen 1992/1993 en 2002/2003. Verklarende factoren. [Shift in the self-perceived health of 55-64-year olds between 1992 and 2002].

    • Development of classification models for early identification of persons at risk for persistent cognitive decline.

    • Prayer and Depressive Symptoms in a Period of Secularization: Patterns Among Older Adults in The Netherlands.

    • Gebruik van thuiszorg en welzijnsvoorzieningen door 55-plussers tussen 1992-2006 (LASA-rapport 2007).

    • Childhood adversity, recent life events and depression in late life.

    • Zorggebruik door ouderen na opname in het ziekenhuis: Ontwikkelingen in 1992-2002. [The use of care by older adults after hospital discharge: Developments between 1992-2002].

    • Het kwetsbare succes van ouder worden. Over kwetsbaarheid, multimorbiditeit en beperkingen.

    • Epidemiologie vanuit levensloopperspectief.

    • Europe.

    • Health and quality of life.

    • Het beweeggedrag van ouderen.

    • De psychiater als epidemioloog.

    • Contribution of metabolic syndrome components to cognition in older individuals.

    • Association between early life physical activity and late-life cognition: Evidence for cognitive reserve.

    • Unhealthy lifestyles during the life course: association with physical decline in late life.

    • What does quality of life mean to older frail and non-frail community-dwelling adults in the Netherlands?

    • Target groups for the prevention of late-life anxiety.

    • Vitamin D status and parathyroid hormone levels in relation to blood pressure: a population-based study in older men and women.

    • Mastery and neuroticism predict recovery of depression in later life.

    • Gecombineerde visus- en gehoorbeperking: naar schatting bij 30.000-35.000 55-plussers in Nederland.

    • Chronic Disease and Lifestyle Transitions. Results from the Longidutinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • The effect of age-related height loss on the BMI classification of older men and women.

    • Vitamin D status predicts physical performance and its decline in older persons.

    • Gender differences in depressive symptoms among older adults: a cross-national comparison: the CLESA project.

    • Modeling predicted that tobacco control policies targeted at lower educated will reduce the differences in life expectancy.

    • Cosmic transcendence and framework of meaning in life: Patterns among older adults in The Netherlands.

    • Religiousness and mood in the last week of life: an explorative approach based on after-death proxy interviews.

    • Depression in older age is a risk factor for first ischemic cardiac events.

    • Veranderingen in de levensloop.

    • Veranderingen in sociale participatie.

    • Vroege predictoren van dementie (LASA-rapport 2006).

    • Predictors of dementia, the construction of classification trees.

    • Predicting the onset of major depressive disorder and dysthymia in older adults with subthreshold depression: a community based study.

    • Ouderen.

    • Genuanceerd denken over gezonde levensverwachting.

    • 15 jaar Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam Introductie op het themanummer.

    • Late-life depression: the differences between early - and late-onset illness in a community-based sample.

    • Explanations of socioeconomic differences in changes in physical function in older adults: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Socioeconomic differences in incident depression in older adults: The role of psychosocial factors, physical health status, and behavioral factors.

    • A risk profile for identifying community-dwelling elderly with a high risk of recurrent falling: results of a 3-year prospective study.

    • Unhealthy lifestyles during the life course: association with physical decline in late life.

    • Frequency and determinants of advance directives concerning end-of-life care in The Netherlands.

    • Cosmic transcendence, loneliness, and exchange of emotional support with adult children: a study among older parents in The Netherlands.

    • Inflammatory markers and loss of muscle mass (sarcopenia) and strength.

    • Change of serum albumin and risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality.

    • Predicting loss of mastery in older adults.

    • Opportunities for cost-effective prevention of late-life depression. An epidemiological approach.

    • Vitamin D and diabetes. Letter-Comment to: C. mathieu, C. Gysemans, A. Giulietti, R. Bouillon 2005. Diabetologia 48, 1247-1257.

    • Personality and the onset of depression in late life.

    • Well-being, physical functioning, and use of health services in the elderly with PTSD and subthreshold PTSD.

    • Low serum concentrations of 25-hydroxyvitamin D in older persons and the risk of nursing home admission.

    • The impact of change in cognitive functioning and cognitive decline on disability, well-being, and the use of healthcare services in older persons: results of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Stability and change of emotional functioning in late life: modelling of vulnerability profiles.

    • Better lighting to reduce falls and fracture?

    • The development of physical and mental health from late midlife to early old age.

    • Longitudinal characterization of course types of functional limitations.

    • Disaster and associated changes in physical and mental health in older residents.

    • Discrepancies between personal income and neighbourhood status: Effects on physical and mental health.

    • Predicting transitions in the use of informal and professional care by older adults.

    • Educational inequalitites in the prevalence and incidence of disability in Italy and the Netherlands were observed.

    • The last 3 months of life: care, transitions and the place of death of older people.

    • The apolipoprotein E e4 polymorphism is strongly associated with poor mobility performance test results but not self-reported limitation in older people.

    • Late-Life Anemia Is Associated with Increased Risk of Recurrent Falls.

    • A harmonized measure of activities of daily living was a reliable and valid instrument for comparing disability in older people across countries.

    • The longitudinal relationship between the use of long-term care and depressive symptoms in older adults.

    • The effect of frailty on residential/nursing home admission in the Netherlands independent of chronic diseases and functional limitations.

    • Static and dynamic measures of frailty predicted decline in performance-based and self-reported physical functioning.

    • Endocrine and inflammatory markers as predictors of frailty.

    • Sex differences in the risk of frailty for mortality independent of disability and chronic diseases.

    • Change in serum albumin and subsequent decline in functional status in older persons.

    • Serum albumin and muscle strength: a longitudinal study in older men and women.

    • The outcome of anxiety disorders in older people at 6-year follow-up: results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Adiposity in Relation to Vitamin D Status and Parathyroid Hormone Levels: A Population-Based Study in Older Men and Women.

    • Stability and Change of Neuroticism in Aging.

    • Impact of depression on disablement in late middle aged and older persons: results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Leefstijl van 55-64-jarige Nederlanders in 2002/'03 minder gezond dan in 1992/'93 [Lifestyle of Dutch people aged 55-64 years less healthy in 2002/'03 than in 1992/'93].

    • Disability and social ties: comparative findings of the CLESA study.

    • Het beloop van depressie bij ouderen: resultaten van 6 jaar intensive follow-up.

    • Dysthymia in later life: a study in the community.

    • Chronic diseases and depression: the modifying role of psychosocial resources.

    • The longitudinal relation between chronic diseases and depression in older persons in the community: the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Religious involvement and 6-year course of depressive symptoms in older Dutch citizens. Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • National context of healthcare, economy and religion, and the association between disability and depressive symptoms in older Europeans: results from the EURODEP concerted action.

    • The course of cognitive decline in older persons: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Do severity and duration of depressive symptoms predict cognitive decline in older persons? Results of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Different aspects of visual impairment as risk factors for falls and fractures in older men and women.

    • Epidemiologie vanuit levensloopperspectief.

    • Determinanten van veranderingen in zorggebruik.

    • Determinanten van transities in informeel en professioneel zorggebruik door ouderen.

    • Veranderingen in het gebruik van zorg.

    • Chronische ziekten bij ouderen.

    • Preferences in end-of-life care of older persons: after-death interviews with proxy respondents.

    • Symptom burden in the last week of life.

    • Comorbidity of somatic chronic diseases and decline in physical functioning: the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Depression in older persons with versus without vascular disease in the open population: Similar depressive symptom patterns, more disability.

    • Variation in thresholds for reporting mobility disability between national population subgroups and studies.

    • Disability-free life expectancy: a cross-national comparison of six longitudinal studies on aging. The CLESA project.

    • Lower levels of serum albumin and total cholesterol and future decline in functional performance in older persons: the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Functional limitations and poor physical performance as independent risk factors for self-reported fractures in older persons.

    • Comparison of the LASA Physical Activity Questionnaire with a 7-day diary and pedometer.

    • Anxiety and the risk of death in older men and women.

    • The end of life: informal care for dying older people and its relationship to place of death.

    • The influence of different social ties on decline in physical functioning among older people with and without chronic diseases: The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Income differentials in functional disability in old age: Relative risks of onset, recovery, decline, attrition and mortality.

    • Het dogma van "succesvol ouder worden" en het ouderenzorgbeleid.

    • Concepts of self-rated health: Specifying the gender difference in mortality risk.

    • Disability measurement.

    • LASA project.

    • Early life physical activity and cognition at old age.

    • Insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) and cognitive decline in older persons.

    • Proxy reporting in after-death interviews: The use of proxy respondents in retrospective assessment of chronic diseases and symptom burden in the terminal phase of life.

    • Responsiveness of the index of mobility limitation: Comparison with gait speed alone in the longitudinal aging study Amsterdam.

    • Cross-national determinants of quality of life from six longitudinal studies on aging: The CLESA Project.

    • Are IADLs comparable across countries? Sociodemographic associates of harmonized IADL measures.

    • Rates and risks for co-morbid depression in patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus: Results from a community-based study.

    • Drug treatment in depressed elderly in the Dutch community.

    • A classification tree for predicting recurrent falling in community-dwelling older persons.

    • Neuroticisme bij ouderen: De bruikbaarheid van de verkorte inadequatie- en sociale- inadequatieschalen van de NPV [[Neuroticism in the elderly. The utility of the shortened DPQ-scales].

    • Gezondheidstoestand en zorggebruik van bewoners van service-ouderenwoningen. Een vergelijking met zelfstandig wonenden.

    • Relationship between changes in depressive symptoms and unhealthy lifestyles in late middle aged and older persons: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Criterion validity of the self-rating inventory for posttraumatic stress disorder (SRIP) in the community of older adults.

    • Prevalence and risk factors of posttraumatic stress disorder in older adults.

    • Low vitamin D and high parathyroid hormone levels as determinants of loss of muscle strength and muscle mass (Sarcopenia): The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Activity in older adults: Cause or consequence of cognitive functioning? A longitudinal study on everyday activities and cognitive performance in older adults.

    • The natural history of late-life depression: A 6-year prospective study in the community.

    • The impact of depression on the well-being, disability and use of services in older adults: A longitudinal perspective.

    • Memory complaints: The association with psycho-affective and health problems and the role of personality characteristics: A six year follow-up study.

    • Attrition in longitudinal population studies: Does it affect the generalizability of the findings? An introduction to the series.

    • Ouder worden, een kwetsbaar succes. Inaugurale rede van prof. dr. D.J.H. Deeg.

    • Volksgezondheid en epidemiologie [Public health and epidemiology].

    • Health profiles and profile-specific health expectancies of older women and men: The Netherlands

    • Attrition in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: The effect of differential inclusion in side studies.

    • Gezondheidsprofielen en profiel-specifieke levensverwachting van oudere vrouwen en mannen.

    • Iatrogenic depression in the elderly: Results from a community-based study in the Netherlands.

    • Duration and severity of depression predict mortality in older adults in the community.

    • Longitudinal relationship between pain and depression in older adults: sex, age and physical disability.

    • The association of hearing impairment and chronic diseases with psychosocial health status in older age.

    • Effects of gender and age on the association of apolipoprotein E epsilon 4 with bone mineral density, bone turnover and the risk of fractures in older people.

    • Physical activity as a determinant of change in mobility performance: The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Emergence and persistence of late life depression: A 3-year follow-up of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Van observatie naar experiment: De epidemiologie van depressie bij ouderen.

    • The association between depressive symptoms and cognitive decline in community-dwelling elderly persons.

    • On becoming depressed or anxious in late life: similar vulnerability factors but different effects of stressful life events.

    • Memory complaints and APOE-epsilon4 accelerate cognitive decline in cognitively normal elderly.

    • The longitudinal effect of depression on functional limitations and disability in older adults: An eight-wave prospective community-based study.

    • Effect of low levels of serum vitamin B-12 and folic acid on cognitive performance in old age: A population-based study.

    • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: Introduction.

    • Depression and cardiac mortality: Results from a community-based longitudinal study.

    • Cognitive impairment with chronic disease in depression and mortality - Reply.

    • Life expectancies in specific health states: Results from a joint model of health status and mortality of older persons.

    • Fall-risk screening test: A prospective study on predictors for falls in community dwelling elderly.

    • Cognitieve achteruitgang: ook verlies van het persoonlijk netwerk?

    • Anxiety and depression in later life: Co-occurrence and communality of risk factors.

    • Depressie in gerontologisch perspectief.

    • Kansen voor preventie: tien jaar onderzoek naar angst en depressie bij ouderen.

    • Test-hertest betrouwbaarheid van de OECD vragenlijst voor lichamelijke beperkingen [Test-retest reliability of the OECD questionnaire on physical limitations].

    • Meer bewegen, minder depressief?

    • Gereformeerde depressie of depressies bij gereformeerden? Gegevens uit ouderenonderzoek.

    • Religious demonimation as a symptom-formation factor of depression in older Dutch citizens.

    • Minder gezond, dus meer zorg? Een onderzoek naar sociaal-economische verschillen in zorggebruik door ouderen.

    • Sociaal-economische gezondheidsverschillen bij ouderen [Socio-economic dimensions of changes in health of older adults].

    • Sociaal-economische ongelijkheid in sterfte bij oudere mannen en vrouwen. Een onderzoek naar de rol van gezondheid, leefstijl, ouderlijke sociaal-economische status en psychosociale condities [Socio-economic inequalities in mortality among older men and women: The impact of health, behavior, childhood socio-economic status and psychosocial conditions].

    • Zorg voor ouderen: Verwachtingen en werkelijkheid.

    • Zijn geheugenklachten indicatief voor cognitief verval?

    • Preventie van depressie bij ouderen: "State of the art".

    • Predictors of change in anxiety symptoms of older persons: results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Physical health and anxiety of older persons. A longitudinal perspective.

    • De lichamelijke gezondheid en angst van ouderen.

    • Angst bij ouderen: een onderbelicht fenomeen.

    • Lichaamsbeleving in de Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Sex-differences in the evolution of life expectancy and health in older age.

    • Ouder worden in Nederland: Tien jaar Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA).

    • Gebrek en wijsheid komen met de jaren. Aanpassing aan ziekte tijdens het ouder worden.

    • Tien jaar Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Stroke and apolipoprotein E epsilon4 are independent risk factors for cognitive decline: A population-based study.

    • APOE-epsilon4 is associated with memory decline in cognitively impaired elderly.

    • Depression and risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease: Results of two prospective community-based studies in The Netherlands.

    • Physical health and the onset and persistence of depression in older adults: An eight-wave prospective community based study.

    • Het onstaan en het beloop van depressie bij ouderen en de rol van lichamelijke gezondheid.

    • Ongelijkheid in netwerken en zorg: issue voor ouderenbeleid?

    • Het motief van LASA: verbeteren van het leven van ouderen.

    • Cognitief functioneren.

    • Apolipoproteine E4 en achteruitgang van het geheugen bij ouderen [Apolipoprotein E4 and memory decline in the elderly].

    • The effects of environmental context and personal resources on depressive symptomatology in older age: A test of the Lawton-model.

    • Veranderingen in lichamelijk functioneren en wonen in de tweede levenshelft.

    • Lichamelijk gezondheid en lichamelijk functioneren in LASA: inleiding.

    • Meer ziekten, meer beperkingen? De invloed van chronische ziekten op achteruitgang in het lichamelijk functioneren van ouderen.

    • Vallen en fracturen: een inleiding.

    • Onderzoek en implementatie.

    • Changes in depression and physical decline in older adults: A longitudinal perspective.

    • Aging and psychological stress.

    • Gevolgen van depressie voor het lichamelijk functioneren en sterfte van ouderen. Longitudinale resultaten van het LASA-onderzoek.

    • Consequences of vertebral deformities in older men and women.

    • Wie komt ten val?

    • The use of long-term care services by the Dutch elderly.

    • Ziekteprofielen, levensverwachtingen en zorggebruik.

    • Sex-differences in late-life depression.

    • Mobiliteit en activiteit bij vallers.

    • Comorbidity of the anxiety disorders in a community-based older population in The Netherlands.

    • The implication of selection bias in clinical studies of late life depression: An empirical approach.

    • Persoonlijke relatienetwerken van ouderen: een inleiding.

    • Skeletal muscle mass and muscle strength in relation to lower-extremity performance in older men and women.

    • Minder status, minder steun? Sociaal-economische verschillen in netwerken en steun bij ouderen in de Nederlandse samenleving.

    • De invloed van lichaamsbeweging op de mobiliteit van ouderen: bewegen houd je op de been.

    • Religious climate and geographical distribution of depressive symptoms in older Dutch citizens.

    • Consequences of anxiety in older persons: its effect on disability, well-being and use of health services.

    • The Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression scale (CES-D) in a mixed-mode repeated measurements design: sex and age effects in older adults.

    • Do health factors affect memory performance in old age?

    • Implications of alternative definitions of disability beyond health and care expenditures.

    • Social network, social support, and loneliness in older persons with different chronic diseases.

    • Minor and major depression and the risk of death in older persons.

    • Health and mortality of the elderly: the grade of membership method, classification and determination.

    • Depression symptoms in late life assessed using the EURO-D scale: Effect of age, gender and marital status in 14 European centres.

    • Cognitive functioning and health as determinants of mortality in an older population.

    • Quantitative ultrasound measurements of the tibia and calcaneus in comparison to DXA measurements at various skeletal sites.

    • Sex differences in depression after widowhood: Do men suffer more?

    • Past and current smoking in relation to body fat distribution in older men and women.

    • Age, gender, level of education and functional limitation as determinants of change in cognitive functions.

    • Anxiety disorders in later life: A report from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Depression in survivors of stroke: A community-based study of prevalence, risk factors and consequences.

    • The epidemiology of depression in later life: a primary care perspective.

    • Consequences of Changes in Functioning.

    • Depressie in gerontologisch perspectief.

    • Scenario: Emotional functioning.

    • Depression in later life: Emergence and prognosis.

    • Competentieverwachtingen van ouderen: van algemeen tot bijzonder.

    • De gedifferentieerde relatie tussen religie en depressie. Een empirisch onderzoek onder ouderen.

    • Religious denomination and depression among older Dutch citizens: Patterns and models.

    • Gerotranscendence as a life cycle perspective: A first empirical approach among older adults in the Netherlands

    • Religie en de verwerking van ouderdomsproblemen.

    • Het Centrum voor Verouderingsonderzoek.

    • Integration: Summary and perspective.

    • Ervaren gezondheid verschilt naar tijd en plaats.

    • Methods to assess physical ability: Which is best for monitoring change?

    • Mental health expectancy - the European perspective: A synopsis of results presented at the conference of the European Network for the Calculation of Health Expectancies (Euro-REVES).

    • Het geheugen op latere leeftijd: Spelen gezondheidsfactoren een rol?

    • Scenario: Change in cognitive function.

    • Determinants of changes in societal participation.

    • Scenario: Social involvement and aging.

    • Scenario: course and consequences of chronic diseases.

    • Chronic diseases: incidence and influence on self-reported mobility limitations and mortality.

    • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: Introduction.

    • Armoede, social participatie en eenzaamheid bij ouderen [Poverty, social participation and loneliness in older persons].

    • Vallen en fracturen.

    • Physical activity and self-rated health among 55- to 89-year-old Dutch people.

    • Effects of social support and personal coping resources on depressive symptoms: Different for various chronic diseases?

    • Data collection and fieldwork procedures.

    • Predictors of self-efficacy and mastery.

    • Sekseverschillen bij depressie bij ouderen.

    • De levensloop van ouderen: wat is standaard?

    • Predictors for falls and fractures in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Predictoren voor vallen en fracturen bij ouderen.

    • Predictors of fractures.

    • Changes over time in the personal networks and health of older adults.

    • Criterion validity of the center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression scale (CES-D): Results from a community-based sample of older subjects in the Netherlands (Brief communication).

    • Depressie bij ouderen in de Nederlandse bevolking: Een onderzoek naar de prevalentie en risicofactoren [The prevalence and risk factors associated with major and minor depression in later life].

    • Consequences of major and minor depression in later life: A study of disability, well-being and service utilization.

    • Depression and physical health in later life: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA).

    • Oorzaken en gevolgen van depressie bij ouderen.

    • Ontwikkelingen in de (gezonde) levensverwachting in de laatste 75 jaar.

    • Religious involvement and depression in older Dutch citizens.

    • Religiosity as a protective or prognostic factor of depression in later life: Results from a community survey in The Netherlands.

    • Geografische verschillen in depressieve klachten bij ouderen: verklaringen uit een bevolkingsstudie.

    • Angststoornissen bij ouderen: prevalentie en risicofactoren.

    • Blootstelling aan de hongerwinter 1944-45 en gezondheid op latere leeftijd.

    • De dwang van de analysemethode bij het gebruik van longitudinale gegevens: Het geval van gezondheid en depressie [The coercion of the analytical method in working with longitudinal data: The case of health and depression].

    • Het belang van kwaliteit van leven voor ouderen zelf. Een kwantitative banadering [What is important to older persons and how does it affect their quality of life? A quantitative approach].

    • Gezondheid van ouderen.

    • Gezondheidsbeperkingen en zorggebruik door ouderen.

    • Kan cognitieve achteruitgang bij ouderen worden voorkomen?

    • Affect-related metamemory and memory performance in a population-based sample of older adults.

    • Ziekte en informele hulpverlening aan ouderen.

    • Do disease specific characteristics add to the explanation of mobility limitations in patients with different chronic diseases?: A study in the Netherlands.

    • Does family support buffer the impact of specific diseases on mobility in community-dwelling elderly?

    • Vallen en botbreuken.

    • Direct and buffer effects of social support and personal coping resources in individuals with arthritis.

    • Effects of social support and personal coping resources on mortality in older age: The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

    • Asking the age question in elderly populations: A reverse record check study.

    • Cognitive and emotional predictors of disablement in older adults.

    • De psyche bij het ouder worden.

    • Inleiding: Het waarom, hoe en wat van het LASA onderzoek aan de Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdam.

    • Total and sports activity in older men and women: Relation with body fat distribution.

    • Ouder worden: competentie, activiteit, chronische ziekte en pijn [Aging: Competence, activity, chronic illness and pain].

    • Kerkelijke gezindte en depressieve symptomen bij ouderen [Religious denomination and depressive symptoms among elderly persons].

    • De samenhang van lichamelijke en psychische chronische aandoeningen met prestatie op tests van dagelijkse handelingen en mortaliteit [Association of chronic physical and mental conditions with physical test performance and mortality].

    • Self-reports and general practitioner information on the presence of chronic diseases in community-dwelling elderly: a study on the accuracy of patients' self-reports and on determinants of inaccuracy.

    • Psychological status among elderly people with chronic diseases: Does type of disease play a part?

    • Risk factors for osteoporotic fractures in elderly people: An additional study to the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA).

    • The effects of interviewer and respondent characteristics on answer behaviour in survey research: A multilevel approach.

    • Personality: A moderator of the relation between cognitive functioning and depression in adults aged 55-85?

    • The association of physical health and depressive symptoms in the older population: Age and sex differences.

    • Het beloop van depressie bij ouderen [The course of depression in the elderly].

    • Major and minor depression in later life: A study of prevalence and risk factors.

    • Predicting the course of depression in the older population: Results from a community-based study in The Netherlands.

    • Physical performance and physical self-efficacy in the elderly: A pilot study.

    • Research and the promotion of quality of life in older persons in the Netherlands.

    • Even ziek maar minder hulp?: Factoren die invloed hebben op het zorggebruik van oudere vrouwen [Equally ill but less assistance?: Factors influencing use of care in older women].

    • Psychometrische eigenschappen van de Nederlandse versie van de RAND General Health Perceptions Questionnaire. De vragenlijst Algemene Gezondheidsbelevering (VAGB).

    • De effecten van interviewer- en respondentkenmerken op antwoordgedrag in survey-onderzoek: Een multi-level benadering [The effects of interviewer and respondent characteristics on response behaviour in survey research: A multilevel approach].

    • Well-being and control in older persons: The prediction of well-being from control measures.

    • Social participation and cognitive functioning in older adults.

    • Latent constructs: An application of the random coefficient model for the detection of interviewer related error. In I. Partchev (Ed.),

    • Societal participation.

    • Een screeningsinstrument voor depressie bij ouderen in de algemene bevolking: De bruikbaarheid van de Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) [Screening for depression in the elderly in the community: using the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) in the Netherlands].

    • Depression.

    • Self-efficacy expectations.

    • Religiositeit en depressieve symptomen bij ouderen: Een studie bij ouderen in de bevolking van Sassenheim [Religiosity and depressive symptoms among elderly persons: A study among elder inhabitants of Sassenheim].

    • Prevalentie van vier chronische ziekten en hun samenhang met gezondheidsbeperkingen bij ouderen in Nederland, 1956-1993.

    • Trends in fatal chronic diseases and disability in the Netherlands 1956-1993 and projections 1993-1998.

    • Performance test of physical ability.

    • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: an overview.

    • Summary. The functioning of older women and men.

    • Perceptions of memory functioning.

    • Chronic diseases, living arrangements and mobility limitations in the elderly.

    • Anxiety Disorders.

    • Social support and social network among elderly with joint disorders.

    • Procedures and results of the fieldwork.

    • Memory and learning: 15-words test.

    • Information processing speed: Coding task.

    • Intelligence: Raven's coloured progressive matrices.

    • Societal participation.

    • Social network size and support.

    • Depressie bij ouderen in de bevolking.

    • Zelfstandigheid van ouderen in Sassenheim: Verslag van het proefonderzoek van de Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam [Autonomy of older persons in Sassenheim: Report of the pilot studies of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam]. (Report)

    • Sex differences in IADL in the Netherlands: Functional and situational disability.

    • Autonomy and well-being in the aging population: Concepts and design of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam. (Report)

    • Chronische ziekten en competentiegevoelens.