Reducing Ageism: Education About Aging and Extended Contact with Older Adults
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Reducing Ageism: Education About Aging and Extended Contact with Older Adults

Reducing Ageism: Education About Aging and Extended Contact with Older Adults

Ageism is of increasing concern due to the growing older population worldwide and youth-centered focus of many societies. Two online experimental studies examined 2 key factors for reducing ageism: education about aging and extended contact as well as their potential combined effect.

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