The continuing effects of substantively complex work on the intellectual functioning of older workers.
by C Schooler, MS Mulatu, G Oates – Psychology and aging, 1999 – psycnet.apa.org
Using a nationally representative sample of employed men and women in this longitudinal study, the authors extended for another 20 years findings based on 1964 and 1974 data (Kohn & Schooler, 1983) that substantively complex work improves intellectual functioning. This study provides evidence that intellectual functioning and substantive complexity of work continue to reciprocally affect each other. In addition, it shows that the …
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