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In a way, this conclusion is compatible with that of Connor et al. (1978), who, it will be recalled, made a distinction betwen aging per se and negative traits. Crockett et al. ), then they are positively regarded, even more so than the young are. Wh at if the elderly are not interesting to the young? Are they then stereotyped negatively? Condusion Eight person-perception studies were described, each complex and similar to the others, yet different in detail and focus. Collectively, they tell an interesting story, even if not each and every study points in exactly the same direction.
Aging and Behavior: A Comprehensive Integration of Research Findings by Jack Botwinick