Native American elders' health congruence: the role of gender and corresponding functional well-being, hospital admissions, and social engagement.

Abstract:

:Addressing the need to explore how Native American (NA) elders' subjective health (SH) compares to their objective health (OH; chronic disease conditions), we examined whether: congruence between 8191 NA elders' SH and OH parallels that of non-NA elders; health optimism (SH > OH) is protective and health pessimism (SH < OH), is detrimental; and whether gender moderates links between health congruence and health-related outcomes. Results comparing health optimists and pessimists to realists in functioning, hospitalizations, and social engagement showed optimists experienced better outcomes; pessimists had poorer outcomes; the role of health congruence differed by gender. Findings suggest implications for improving health-related outcomes among NA elders.

journal_name

J Health Psychol

authors

Ruthig JC,Allery A

doi

10.1177/1359105308097972

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2008-11-01 00:00:00

pages

1072-81

issue

8

eissn

1359-1053

issn

1461-7277

pii

13/8/1072

journal_volume

13

pub_type

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