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Subjective Technology Adaptivity Predicts Technology Use in Old Age.

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Summary of "Subjective Technology Adaptivity Predicts Technology Use in Old Age."

To date, not much is known about the psychological and motivational factors underlying technology use in late life. What are the interindividual determinants that lead older adults to invest in using technological innovations despite the age-related physiological changes that impose challenges on behavioral plasticity in everyday life?

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Name: Gerontology
ISSN: 1423-0003
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