European Journal of Ageing

Papers
(The TQCC of European Journal of Ageing is 7. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Towards bridging the grey digital divide: changes in internet access and its predictors from 2002 to 2014 in Germany62
Understanding unequal ageing: towards a synthesis of intersectionality and life course analyses55
Care in times of COVID-19: the impact of the pandemic on informal caregiving in Austria35
Depression and loneliness of older adults in Europe and Israel after the first wave of covid-1934
Stronger feelings of loneliness among Moroccan and Turkish older adults in the Netherlands: in search for an explanation32
A research framework for the United Nations Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021–2030)31
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 outbreak28
Media representation of older people’s vulnerability during the COVID-19 pandemic in China27
Ageism and older people’s health and well-being during the Covid-19-pandemic: the moderating role of subjective aging27
Economic vulnerability and unmet healthcare needs among the population aged 50 + years during the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe25
Revisiting the Nordic long-term care model for older people—still equal?24
The gender health gap in Europe’s ageing societies: universal findings across countries and age groups?23
Depression and quality of life in old age: a closer look23
Young for old—old for young? Ethical perspectives on intergenerational solidarity and responsibility in public discourses on COVID-1921
Loneliness in mid-life and older adults from ethnic minority communities in England and Wales: measure validation and prevalence estimates21
Grandparenting, health, and well-being: a systematic literature review20
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 Spain20
Psychological resilience and active aging among older people with mobility limitations19
Older Chinese migrants in coronavirus pandemic: exploring risk and protective factors to increased loneliness18
Perceived loneliness and the role of cultural and intergenerational belonging: the case of Portuguese first-generation immigrants in Luxembourg17
Older adults’ perceptions of contexts surrounding their social participation in a digitalized society—an exploration in rural communities in Northern Sweden17
Using the intergenerational solidarity framework to understand the grandparent–grandchild relationship: a scoping review16
Lonely societies: low trust societies? Further explanations for national variations in loneliness among older Europeans15
Live longer, retire later? Developments of healthy life expectancies and working life expectancies between age 50–59 and age 60–69 in Europe15
Associations between individual factors, environmental factors, and outdoor independence in older adults15
The assessment of views on ageing: a review of self-report measures and innovative extensions14
Older migrants and loneliness: scanning the field and looking forward14
Socioeconomic differences in informal caregiving in Europe13
Lifestyle factors and multimorbidity among older adults (ELSI-Brazil)13
Social network ties before and after retirement: a cohort 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 mortality11
A poor appetite or ability to eat and its association with physical function amongst community-dwelling older adults: age, gene/environment susceptibility-Reykjavik study11
Chronic health conditions and work-related stress in older adults participating in the Dutch workforce11
Education, wealth, and duration of life expected in various degrees of frailty10
A social exclusion perspective on loneliness in older adults in the Nordic countries10
Ageing in place processes in the neighbourhood environment: a proposed conceptual framework from a capability approach10
Determinants of home care utilization among the Swedish old: nationwide register-based study9
Differences in awareness of positive and negative age-related changes accounting for variability in health outcomes9
The power of personality in successful ageing: a comprehensive review of larger quantitative studies9
What matters to people aged 80 and over regarding ambulatory care? A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative studies9
Successful ageing in the oldest old: objectively and subjectively measured evidence from a population-based survey in Germany9
Digital transformation of everyday lives of older Swiss adults: use of and attitudes toward current and future digital services9
The role of ego integrity and despair in older adults’ well-being during the COVID-19 crisis: the mediating role of need-based experiences9
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
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 review8
What protects older Romanians in Switzerland from loneliness? A life-course perspective8
Attitudes towards working in retirement: a latent class analysis of older workers’ motives8
Associations and correlates of general versus specific successful ageing components8
Association between age and intellectual curiosity: the mediating roles of future time perspective and importance of curiosity8
Positive and negative aspects of social relations and low-grade inflammation in Copenhagen Aging and Midlife Biobank8
Self-rated resilience and mobility limitations as predictors of change in active aging during COVID-19 restrictions in Finland: a longitudinal study8
Gender differences in time to first hospital admission at age 60 in Denmark, 1995–20147
Income inequalities, social support and depressive symptoms among older adults in Europe: a multilevel cross-sectional study7
Age-period-cohort analysis of depression trends: are depressive symptoms increasing across generations in Germany?7
Health system reforms and the needs of the ageing population—an analysis of recent policy paths and reform trends in Finland and Sweden7
Loneliness, social network size and mortality in older adults: a meta-analysis7
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
Aging during COVID-19 in Germany: a longitudinal analysis of psychosocial adaptation7
Older adults’ participation in artistic activities: a scoping review7
Reducing loneliness in older adults: looking at locals and migrants in a Swiss case study7
Contextual factors underpinning geographical inequalities in disability-free life expectancy in 100 French départements7
A systematic review of systematic reviews of needs of family caregivers of older adults with dementia7
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
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