European Journal of Ageing

(The median citation count of European Journal of Ageing is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Understanding unequal ageing: towards a synthesis of intersectionality and life course analyses59
Depression and loneliness of older adults in Europe and Israel after the first wave of covid-1937
Care in times of COVID-19: the impact of the pandemic on informal caregiving in Austria36
A research framework for the United Nations Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021–2030)35
Covid-fatigued? A longitudinal study of Norwegian older adults’ psychosocial well-being before and during early and later stages of the COVID-19 pandemic29
Access to healthcare for people aged 50+ in Europe during the COVID-19 outbreak29
Ageism and older people’s health and well-being during the Covid-19-pandemic: the moderating role of subjective aging28
Revisiting the Nordic long-term care model for older people—still equal?28
Media representation of older people’s vulnerability during the COVID-19 pandemic in China28
Economic vulnerability and unmet healthcare needs among the population aged 50 + years during the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe27
Depression and quality of life in old age: a closer look26
Young for old—old for young? Ethical perspectives on intergenerational solidarity and responsibility in public discourses on COVID-1924
Loneliness in mid-life and older adults from ethnic minority communities in England and Wales: measure validation and prevalence estimates23
Grandparenting, health, and well-being: a systematic literature review23
Physically distant but socially close? Changes in non-physical intergenerational contacts at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic among older people in France, Italy and Spain22
Psychological resilience and active aging among older people with mobility limitations19
Older Chinese migrants in coronavirus pandemic: exploring risk and protective factors to increased loneliness19
Perceived loneliness and the role of cultural and intergenerational belonging: the case of Portuguese first-generation immigrants in Luxembourg19
Live longer, retire later? Developments of healthy life expectancies and working life expectancies between age 50–59 and age 60–69 in Europe17
Socioeconomic differences in informal caregiving in Europe17
Using the intergenerational solidarity framework to understand the grandparent–grandchild relationship: a scoping review17
Lonely societies: low trust societies? Further explanations for national variations in loneliness among older Europeans16
Older migrants and loneliness: scanning the field and looking forward15
Social network ties before and after retirement: a cohort study14
A poor appetite or ability to eat and its association with physical function amongst community-dwelling older adults: age, gene/environment susceptibility-Reykjavik study12
Current directions in views on ageing12
Changes in socioeconomic differentials in old age life expectancy in four Nordic countries: the impact of educational expansion and education-specific mortality12
Determinants of home care utilization among the Swedish old: nationwide register-based study11
A social exclusion perspective on loneliness in older adults in the Nordic countries11
What matters to people aged 80 and over regarding ambulatory care? A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative studies11
Ageing in place processes in the neighbourhood environment: a proposed conceptual framework from a capability approach11
Digital care technologies in people with dementia living in long-term care facilities to prevent falls and manage behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia: a systematic review11
Education, wealth, and duration of life expected in various degrees of frailty10
Successful ageing in the oldest old: objectively and subjectively measured evidence from a population-based survey in Germany10
The power of personality in successful ageing: a comprehensive review of larger quantitative studies10
What protects older Romanians in Switzerland from loneliness? A life-course perspective10
Age-period-cohort analysis of depression trends: are depressive symptoms increasing across generations in Germany?10
Health system reforms and the needs of the ageing population—an analysis of recent policy paths and reform trends in Finland and Sweden10
The role of ego integrity and despair in older adults’ well-being during the COVID-19 crisis: the mediating role of need-based experiences9
Attitudes towards working in retirement: a latent class analysis of older workers’ motives9
Aging during COVID-19 in Germany: a longitudinal analysis of psychosocial adaptation9
Loneliness, social network size and mortality in older adults: a meta-analysis9
Differences in awareness of positive and negative age-related changes accounting for variability in health outcomes9
Digital transformation of everyday lives of older Swiss adults: use of and attitudes toward current and future digital services9
Is grandparental childcare socio-economically patterned? Evidence from the English longitudinal study of ageing9
Is ageing becoming more active? Exploring cohort-wise changes in everyday time use among the older population in Sweden9
Cognitive functions and physical activity in aging when energy is lacking9
Associations and correlates of general versus specific successful ageing components8
Questionnaire measures of self-directed ageing stereotype in older adults: a systematic review of measurement properties8
Association between age and intellectual curiosity: the mediating roles of future time perspective and importance of curiosity8
Self-rated resilience and mobility limitations as predictors of change in active aging during COVID-19 restrictions in Finland: a longitudinal study8
Contextual factors underpinning geographical inequalities in disability-free life expectancy in 100 French départements7
Income inequalities, social support and depressive symptoms among older adults in Europe: a multilevel cross-sectional study7
Shifting self-perceptions of ageing: differential effects of value priorities on self-perceptions of ageing beyond age stereotypes7
Time patterns of precautionary health behaviours during an easing phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe7
Childhood adversity and healthy ageing: a study of the Chinese older population7
Unmet healthcare needs among the population aged 50+ and their association with health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic7
A systematic review of systematic reviews of needs of family caregivers of older adults with dementia7
Older adults’ participation in artistic activities: a scoping review7
Reducing loneliness in older adults: looking at locals and migrants in a Swiss case study7
The age and well-being “paradox”: a longitudinal and multidimensional reconsideration7
Early retirement intentions: the impact of employment biographies, work stress and health among a baby-boomer generation7
Loneliness before and during the COVID-19 pandemic—are unpartnered and childless older adults at higher risk?7
Gender differences in time to first hospital admission at age 60 in Denmark, 1995–20147
Economic stress of people 50 + in European countries in the Covid-19 pandemic–do country policies matter?6
Effects on clients' daily functioning and common features of reablement interventions: a systematic literature review6
Age integration in later life social networks and self-perceptions of aging: examining their reciprocal associations6
The conceptualisation of vital communities related to ageing in place: a scoping review6
The health advantage of volunteering is larger for older and less healthy volunteers in Europe: a mega-analysis6
Buddy or burden? Patterns, perceptions, and experiences of pet ownership among older adults in Switzerland6
Older adults in the first wave of the Corona pandemic6
Occupation and working outcomes during the Coronavirus Pandemic6
Perceived deterioration in health status among older adults in Europe and Israel following the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic6
Associations between paid and unpaid work among Norwegian seniors: competition, complementarity or continuity?6
Measurement error of the Mini-Mental State Examination among individuals with dementia that reside in nursing homes5
Higher levels of neuroticism in older adults predict lower executive functioning across time: the mediating role of perceived stress5
Gerontechnology for better elderly care and life quality: a systematic literature review5
Living longer, working longer: analysing time trends in working life expectancy in Germany from a health perspective between 2002 and 20185
Women bear a burden: gender differences in health of older migrants from Turkey5
Gendered late working life trajectories, family history and welfare regimes: evidence from SHARELIFE5
Subjective age and the association with intrinsic capacity, functional ability, and health among older adults in Norway5
Aspects of formal volunteering that contribute to favourable psychological outcomes in older adults5
Do good psychosocial working conditions prolong working lives? Findings from a prospective study in Sweden5
Working beyond SPA and the trajectories of cognitive and mental health of UK pensioners: Do gender, choice, and occupational status matter?5
Greater negative affect and mixed emotions during spontaneous reactions to sad films in older than younger adults5
Trends in activities of daily living disability among Chinese older adults from 1998 to 2018: an age-period-cohort analysis5
Suffering in silence: a qualitative study of older adults’ experiences of living with long-term musculoskeletal pain at home5
The influence of sociodemographic factors and close relatives at hospital discharge and post hospital care of older people with complex care needs: nurses’ perceptions on health inequity in three Nord5
Choice models in Nordic long-term care: care managers' experiences of privilege and disadvantage among older adults5
Efficacy of acute care pathways for older patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis5
Preclinical Alzheimer’s dementia: a useful concept or another dead end?5
How do personality traits manifest in daily life of older adults?4
Work ability and physical fitness among aging workers: the Finnish Retirement and Aging Study4
Mini-mental state examination trajectories after age 50 by religious affiliation and practice in Ireland4
Precautionary behaviours of individuals with multimorbidity during the COVID-19 pandemic4
Geriatric syndromes and subsequent health-care utilization among older community dwellers in Stockholm4
Informal care-giving and the intention to give up employment: the role of perceived supervisor behaviour in a cohort of German employees4
Functional disability and utilisation of long-term care in the older population in England: a dual trajectory analysis4
Preferences in long-term care models and related factors among older adults: a cross-sectional study from Shandong Province, China4
Reliability of Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination III in differentiating between dementia, mild cognitive impairment and older adults who have not reported cognitive problems4
The concept of disability and its causal mechanisms in older people over time from a theoretical perspective: a literature review4
Do older manual workers benefit in vitality after retirement? Findings from a 3-year follow-up panel study4
Pet ownership and survival of European older adults4
Understanding client satisfaction in elderly care: new insights from social resource theory4
The structure and functional correlates of social support networks of people in advanced old age living in chosen urban and rural areas in Poland: a cross-sectional study4
Cohort-specific disability trajectories among older women and men in Europe 2004–20174
Retirement’s impact on health: what role does social network play?4
Daily fluctuations in subjective age and depressive symptoms: the roles of attitudes to ageing and chronological age4
Cardiovascular risk profiles and 20-year mortality in older people: gender differences in the Pro.V.A. study3
Internet usage among the oldest-old: does functional health moderate the relationship between internet usage and autonomy?3
A conceptual framework addressing the complex labour market dynamics of the work-to-retirement process3
Substitute services: a barrier to controlling long-term care expenditures3
Information before discharge in geriatric patients in Italy: cultural adaptation and validation of the Patient Continuity of Care Questionnaire3
Relationship of frailty status with health resource use and healthcare costs in the population aged 65 and over in Catalonia3
Effects of age simulation suits on psychological and physical outcomes: a systematic review3
Older adults’ mentioned practices for coping with loneliness3
Social inequalities in ageing in the Nordic countries3
Coping with stress during the COVID-19 pandemic in the oldest-old population3
Gender differences in years of remaining life by living arrangement among older Singaporeans3
A cross-sectional study investigating the relationships between self-management abilities, productive patient-professional interactions, and well-being of community-dwelling frail older people3
The prevalence of grandparental childcare in Europe: a research update3
Changes in life satisfaction during the transition to retirement: findings from the FIREA cohort study3
Volunteer work among older adults in Denmark, 1997–2017: What can explain the continuous upward trend?3