Adults Age 80+ Using Social Tech Have Higher Well-Being

News | February 16, 2017

Adults age 80 and older who used information and communication technology (ICT) to connect with friends and families had higher psychological well-being than non-users. ICT includes electronic devices and systems with micro-processors such as cell phones, e-mail, and smart device applications. Compared to non-users, adults 80 and older who used ICT to connect socially with…

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