Vol. No. 1-6 1975


Haro_p Bropy, PhD, MD Editor-in-Chief Manuat Ropstein, MD, Associate Editor

James L. Fozarp, PhD, Associate Editor

M. Powe t Lawton, PhD, Associate Editor Herman T. BLuMENTHAL, MD, PhD, Book Editor Apter, MA, Director of Publications


V. Harvey Samis, PhD

Lesuiz S. Lisow, MD

Georce L. Mappox, PhD

Euias S. Couen, JD

S. Donna Linn, Student Representative

Published Bimonthly by GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY Copyright 1975 by Gerontological Society


JOURNAL OF GERONTOLOGY Contents of Volume 30


Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences

Epoar A. Tonna. Accumulation of Lipofuscin (Age Pigment) in Aging Skeletal Connective Tissues as Revealed by Electron Microscopy 3

VERNON L. YEAGER, SURANG CHIEMCHANYA, AND PRADISTCHAI CHAISERI. Changes in Size of Lacunae During the Life of Osteocytes in Osteons of Compact Bone

SHIELDS WARREN, ROSANNA N. CHUTE, and MARILYN W. Porter. The Effect of Parabiosis on Life-Span of Rats Stressed by Radiation

TEENA M. Wax. The Runwheel Activity Patterns of Mature-Young and Senescent Mice: The Effect of Constant

DONALD B. CARTER AND Cui-Bom Cua. Composition of Liver Histones in Aging Rat and Mouse


Gerap J. DouGuer, Jr. Aging and the Passage of L-Tyrosine, L-DOPA, and Inulin into Mouse Brain Slices

LAWRENCE Rosner. Safety of Administration of Procaine Hydrochloride-Hematoporphyrin (KH3) to Beagle Dogs. Hersert T. MULLER, BERNARD Grap, AND FRANK ENGELSMANN. Biological and Psychological Predictors of Survival

Wa ter R. CUNNINGHAM, VIVIAN CLAYTON, AND WiLLIS OVERTON. Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence in Young Adulthood and Old Age Harvey A. Tavs. Mode of Presentation, Age, and Short-Term Memory

Section C: Social Gerontology

RoseMARY McCASLIN AND WELTON R. CALVERT. Social Indicators in Black and White: Some Ethnic Considerations in Delivery of Service to the Elderly. . .\

STEVEN H. ZARIT AND Rosert L. KAun. Aging and Adaptation to Illness

C. Nem But AND Jackie B. Aucoin. Voluntary Association Participation and Life Satisfaction: A Replication


M. Powe Lt Lawron. The Philadelphia Geriatric Center Morale Scale: A Revision

Morton H. M. Powe.t Lawton, ELAINE M. Bropy, AND MiriAM Moss. Characteristics of Mentally- Impaired Aged Profiting from Individualized Treatment

MARTHA STORANDT, ILENE WITTELS, AND JACK BoTwinicx. Predictors of a Dimension of Well-Being in the Relocated Healthy Aged

Susan R. SHERMAN. Patterns of Contacts for Residents of Age-Segregated and Age-Integrated Housing

NATHAN W. SxHocx. Current Publications in Gerontology and Geriatrics


Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences

Rosert K. Liv AND Roy L. WA.Forp. Mid-Life Temperature-Transfer Effects on Life-Span of Annual Fish

DONALD N. McMartin AND Lewis M. SCHEDLBAUER. Incorporation of ['*C] Leucine into Protein and Tubulin by Brain Slices from Young and Old Mice 132

Hanna S. GARNER AND SOL Bernicx. Effect of Age Upon the Thyroid Gland and Pituitary Thyrotrophs of the Rat . 137

NuMBER 1 41 Section B: Psychology and the Social Sciences 53 56 60 67 JouNn N. Morris AND SyLviA SHERWOOD. A Retesting and Modification of the Philadelphia Geriatric Center Morale 77 85 90 97 § 103 q NuMBER 2

Larry W. THORPE AND THOMas J. Young and Senescent Golden Hamster

Decrease of Acute Hypoxic Mortality in Male Aged Rats

Ivo KUNSTYR AND Hans-GeorGc W. LEVENBERGER. Gerontological Data of C57BL/6J Mice. I. Se Ditrences in

JEAN DREVENSTEDT. Scale-Checking Styles on the Semantic Differential Among Older People MICHAEL W. EyYsENCck. Retrieval from Semantic Memory as a Function of Age L. Goopricx. Behavioral Rigidity as a Mechanism for Facilitation of Problem Solving for Aged Rats .. . .

Section C: Social Gerontology

Winston H. CHERRY AND WILLIAM F. Forses. Studies of Mortality and Morbidity Data. II. Mortality from All Causes in Ontario Counties During 1964-1968

Wiius J. Goupy, Ewarp A. Powers, AND Patricia Kerru. Work and Retirement: A Test of Attitudinal Rela-

ERDMAN PALMoRE. The Status and Integration of the Aged in Japanese Society JouN N. Morris, RosAuie S. WOLF, AND LORRAINE V. KLERMAN. Common Themes Among Morale and Depression

Paut CAMERON. Mood as an Indicant of Happiness: Age, Sex, Social Class, and Situational Differences

Irwin GERBER, ROSLYN RUSALEM, NATALIE HANNON, DELIA BATTIN, AND ARTHUR ARKIN. Anticipatory Grief and Aged Widows and Widowers 225

Joyce STEPHENS. Society of the Alone: Freedom, Privacy, and Utilitarianism as Dominant Norms in the SRO

VOLUME 30 MAY, 1975

Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences L. Gooprick. Life-Span and the Inheritance of Longevity of Inbred Mice

ALICE A. SORIERO AND GEORGE B. TALBERT. The Effect of Estrogen on Protein and RNA Concentration and on de novo Synthesis of RNA in the Uterus of Aging Ovariectomized Mice

NANDY, Rosert B. Fritz, AND JAMES THREATT. Specificity of Brain Reactive Antibodies in Serum of Old

AND CALEB E. Fincu. Norepinephrine Uptake by the Myocardium of the Senescent Mouse in Vitro

Davin E. Harrison. Normal Function of Transplanted Marrow Cell Lines from Aged Mice

Davi E. Harrison. Defective Erythropoietic Responses of Aged Mice Not Improved by Young Marrow

ANpREw M. Sincock. Life Extension of the Rotifer Mytilina brevispina Var Redunca by the Application of Chelating Agents

Toan Davis. A Study of the Effect of Diet on the Life-Span of Nasonia vitripennis (Walk.) (Hymenoptera,

E. RIcHARD BLonsky, Jeri A. LOGEMANN, BENJAMIN BOSHES, AND Hixpa B. FisHER. Comparison of Speech and Swallowing Function in Patients with Tremor Disorders and in Normal Geriatric Patients: a Cinefluorographic Study

Section B: Psychology and the Social Sciences

DONALD W. KLINE AND JACEK SZAFRAN. Age Differences in Backward Monoptic Visual Noise Masking

RocGer H. BruninG, IpA HOLZBAUER, AND CAROLE KIMBERLIN. Age, Word Imagery, and Delay Interval: Effects on Short-Term and Long-Term Retention

ANDERSON D. Smitu. Aging and Interference with Memory

Tuomas R. Hipparp, JoHNn N. MIGLIACCIO, SANFORD GOLDSTONE, AND WILLIAM T. LHAMON. Temporal Information Processing by Young and Senior Adults and Patients with Senile Dementia

. GeorGce T. Baker, III. Age-Related Activity Changes in Arginine Phosphokinase in the House Fly, Musca




NATHAN W. SHocx. Current Publications in Gerontology and Geriatrics 239


| 257 264



279 286



Dwarka P. Misra, JOHN M. LoupDon, AND GERALD E. Stappon. Albumin Metabolism in Elderly Patients........ 304





Section C: Social Gerontology

SyLviA SHERWOOD, JOHN N. Morris, AND ESTHER BARNHART. Developing a System for Assigning Individuals into -

an Appropriate Residential Setting

LinDA E. WEINBERGER AND Jim MILLHAM. A Multi-Dimensional, Multiple Method Analysis of Attitudes Toward the 34,

Elderly Par A. GarciA, GEorGE E. BATTESE, AND WiLMA D. Brewer. Longitudinal Study of Age and Cohort Influences

VOLUME 30 JULY, 1975

Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences BarBarA L. DRINKWATER, STEVEN M. HorvaTH, AND CHRISTINE L. WELLS. Aerobic Power of Females, Ages 10 to

JouHN E. JOHNSON, JR., WILLIAM R. MEHLER, AND JAIME MIQUEL. A Fine Structural Study of Degenerative Changes in the Dorsal Column Nuclei of Aging Mice. Lack of Protection by Vitamin E

Kaipas NAnpDy. Significance of Brain-Reactive Antibodies in Serum of Aged Mice

Basi E. ELEFTHERIOUS. Changes with Age in Protein-Bound Iodine (PBI) and Body Temperature in the Mouse. . .


Hirosui TAKEDA, AND Hirosui ABE. Assessment of Biological Age by Multiple Regression Analysis WANEEN Wyricxk Spirpuso. Reaction and Movement Time as a Function of Age and Physical Activity Level Dm»itriy F. CHEBOTAREV AND VLADIMIR V. FRroLkis. Research in Experimental Gerontology in the USSR

Section B: Psychology and the Social Sciences GERALD GOLDSTEIN AND CAROLYN H. SHELLY. Similarities and Differences Between Psychological Deficit in Aging and Brain Damage

448 GEORGETTE BELLUCCI AND WILLIAM J. Hoyer. Feedback Effects on the Performance and Self-Reinforcing Behavior 456

of Elderly and Young Adult Women

KENNETH H. Rusin AND IAN D. R. Brown. A Life-Span Look at Person Perception and Its Relationship to Com- 46

Gerontology Frank CLEMENTE, Patricia A. REXROAD, AND CARL Hirscu. The Participation of the Black Aged in Voluntary Associations Bruce W. SMITH AND JOHN HILTNeR. Intraurban Location of the Elderly Susan R. SHERMAN. Mutual Assistance and Support in Retirement Housing

JEAN E. MUELLER, JULIE L. Moore, AND JAMEs E. BirreN. A Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations on Aging from American Institutions of Higher Learning, 1972-1974


] Puiuip Community Complexity and Knowledge of Facilities. NATHAN W. SuHocx. Current Publications in Gerontology and Geriatrics .............00cecceceececcsceees 366 Notice of Availability of Aged Rats and Mice... 384 NuMBER 4 395 412 417 422 435 441 | | 473 479


Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences

K. STEPHEN BROWN AND WILLIAM F. Forses. A Mathematical Model of Aging Processes. III]. Comments on the Relative Importance of Serum Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Levels on Mortality 513

ANANDATIRTHA R. INAMDAR, RICHARD PERSON, AND BRUCE MACKLER. Protective Effects of Atromid-S in vivo on Mitochondrial Stability in Tissues of Aged Hamsters

RayMonp L. Buricu. Effects of Age on Renal Function and Enzyme Activity in Male CS57BL/6 Mice

MICHELE MuUGGEO, DoMENICO FEDELE, ANTONIO TIENGO, MAURIZIO MOLINARI, AND GAETANO CREPALDI. Human Growth Hormone and Cortisol Response to Insulin Stimulation in Aging

Davip M. PETERSEN AND CHARLES W. THomMaS. Acute Drug Reactions Among the Elderly

Jacos H. Fox, JornDAN L. ToPEL, AND MICHAEL S. HucKMAN. Dementia in the Elderly A Search for Treatable

Bruce A. CLARK, MICHAEL G. WADE, BENJAMINH. MASSEY, AND RICHARD VAN Dyke. Response of Institutionalized Geriatric Mental Patients to a Twelve-Week Program of Regular Physical Activity

Section B: Psychology and the Social Sciences

JACK BoTWwinick, ROBIN WEsT, AND MARTHA STORANDT. Qualitative Vocabulary Test Responses and Age

WIiLuiAM R. BirRKHILL AND K. WARNER SCHAIE. The Effect of Differential Reinforcement of Cautiousness in In- tellectual Performance Among the Elderly

Section C: Social Gerontology JaMEs J. Down. Aging as Exchange: A Preface to Theory Francis D. GLAMSER AND GORDON F. DeJonc. The Efficacy of Preretirement Preparation Programs for Industrial

M. Powe. Lawton, LUCILLE NAHEMOW, AND JOSEPH TEAFF. Housing Characteristics and the Well-Being of Elderly Tenants in Federally Assisted Housing 601 MARTHA STORANDT AND ILENE WiTTELs. Maintenance of Function in Relocation of Community-Dwelling Older


Section A: Biological and Medical Sciences GLENDA E. BILpeER. Studies on Immune Competence in the Rat: Changes with Age, Sex, and Strain Dennis E. EppY AND DENHAM HARMAN. Rat Brain Fatty Acid Composition: Effect of Dietary Fat and Age

Marc A. Scuuckit, Patricia L. MILLER, AND Dewey HAHLBOHM. Unrecognized Psychiatric Illness in Elderly on

Medical-Surgical Patients Betty RIsTEEN HASSELKUS AND GeorGiA M. SHAMBES. Aging and Postural Sway in Women

Section B: Psychology and the Social Sciences Joe” PETER ABRAHAMS, WILLIAM J. Hover, MERRILL F. ELIAS, AND BRUCE BRADIGAN. Gerontological Research in Psychology Published in the Journal of Gerontology 1963-1974: Perspectives and Progress 668

Susan A. GAYLORD AND Gali R Marsu. Age Differences in the Speed of a Spatial Cognitive Process

Boaz KAHANA AND Eva KAHANA. The relationship of Impulse Control to Cognition and Adjustment Among In- stitutionalized Aged Women 679

Vern L. BeNGTSON, JAMES J. Down, Davin H. SmitrH, AND ALEX INKELEs. Modernization, Modernity, and Per- ceptions of Aging: A Cross-Cultural Study

Barry D. Lesowrtz. Age and Fearfulness: Personal and Situational Factors

Numser 5 STEPHEN R. GREENBERG. The Pathogenesis of Hypophyseal Fibrosis in Aging: Its Relationship to Tissue Iron 539 546 552 574 578 NATHAN W. SuHocx. Current Publications in Gerontology and Geriatrics O19 NuMBER6 |

Section C: Social Gerontology MARSHALL J. GRANEY. Happiness and Social Participation in Aging Frances M. Carp. Ego-Defense or Cognitive Consistency Effects on Environmental Evaluations

Editorial Comments and Conference Reports

Letters to the Editor

NATHAN W. Suocx. Current Publications in Gerontology and Geriatrics NATHAN W. Suocx. Author Index to Current Publications

Contents of Volume 30

Index to Volume 30

Journal of Geront 1975, 30, No 6465-168

Index to Volume 30


Abe, H.—(See Furukawa, T.)

Abrahams, J. P.—W. J. Hoyer, M. F. Elias, & B Bradigan. Gerontological reserach in psychology published in the Journal of Gerontology 1963-1974: Perspectives and progress. 668

Alper, A.—(See Finch, C. E.)

Arkin, A.—(See Gerber, I.)

Aucoin, J. B.—(See Bull, C. N.)

Baker, G. T., IlIl—Age-related activity changes in arginine phosphokinase in the house fly, Musca domestica L. 163

Barnhart, E.—(See Sherwood, S.)

Battese, G. E.—(See Garcia, P. A.)

Battin, D.—(See Gerber, I.)

Bellucci, C.—& W. J. Hoyer. Feedback effects on the per- formance and self-reinforcing behavior of elderly and young adult women. 456

Bengston, V. L.—J. J. Dowd, D. H. Smith, & A. Inkeles. Modernization, modernity, and perceptions of aging: A Cross-cultural study. 688

Bernick, S.—(See Garner, H. S.)

Bilder, G. E.—Studies on immune competence in the rat: Changes with age, sex, and strain. 641

Birkhill, W. R.—& K. W. Schaie. The effect of differential reinforcement of cautiousness in intellectual per- formance among the elderly. 578

Birren, J. E.—(See Mueller, J. E.)

Blonsky, E.R.—J.A. Logemann, B. Boshes, & H. B. Fisher. Comparison of speech and swallowing function in patients with tremor disorders and in normal geriatric patients: A cinefluorographic study. 299

Books received (H. T. Blumentahl). 238, 364, 490, 618, 712

Book reviews— 236, 363, 490, 613, 712

Developmental physiology and aging, by P. S. Timiras (G. H. Kasbekar). 363

Guide to development of protective services for older people, edited by G. H. Hall & G. Mathiasen (M. Hutton). 363

The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory—its history and contributions, by S. M. Hor- vath & E. C. Horvath (F. U. Steinberg). 236

Medical aspects of exercise training and testing, by L. Zohman & R. E. Phillips (F. U. Steinberg). 236

Mental illness in later life, edited by E. W. Busse & E. Pfeiffer (B. S. Layton). 712

The myth of the golden years: A socio-environmental theory of aging, by J. F.

Gubrium (M. E. Hutton). 613

The nature of cancer, Vol. 1, by M. L. Kathari & L. A. Mehta (V. Dilman). 613

Professional obligations and approaches to the aged, edited by A. N. Schwartz &I.N. Mensh (M. Hutton). 615

Theoretical aspects of aging, edited by M. Rockstein, M. L. Sussman, & J. Chesky (H. T. Blumenthal). 364

To live and to die: When, why, and how, edited by R. H. Williams (M. B. Phillips). 237

Special reviews (H. T. Blumenthal). 614, 712

Aging in cold blooded animals, I. MSS Information Corp. 712

Cell biology in medicine, edited by E. Bitter. 614

Cell communication, by R. E. Cox. 614

The effects of hormones on immunity, I & Il, MSS Information Corp. 712

Intrinsic mutagenesis, a genetic approach to aging, by Sir M. Burnet. 614

Boshes, B.—(See Blonsky, E. R.)

Botwinick, J.—R. West, & M. Storandt. Qualitative vocabulary test responses and age. 574

—(See Storandt, M.)

Bradigan, B.—(See Abrahams, J. P.)

Brewer, W. D.—(See Garcia, P. A.)

Brody, E. M.—(See Kleban, M. H.)

Brown, I. D. R.—(See Rubin, K. H.)

Brown, K. S.—& W. F. Forbes. A mathematical model of aging processes. III. Comments on the relative im- portance of serum cholesterol and blood pressure levels on mortality. 513

Bruning, R. H.—I. Holzbauer, & C. Kimberlin. Age, word imagery, and delay interval: Effects on short-term and long-term retention. 312

Bull, ©. N.—& J. B. Aucoin. Voluntary association par- ticipation and life satisfaction: A replication note. 73

Burich, R. L. —Effects of age on renal function and enzyme activity in male CS7BL/6 mice. 539


Calvert, W. R.—(See McCaslin, R.)

Cameron, P.—Mood as an indicant of happiness: Age, sex, social class, and situational differences. 216

Carp, F. M.—Ego-defense or cognitive consistency effects on environmental evaluations. 707

Carter, D. B.—& C. B. Chae. Composition of liver histones in aging rat and mouse. 28

Chae, C. -B.—(See Carter, D. B.)

Chaiseri, P.—(See Yeager, V. L.)

Chebotarev, D. F. —& V. V. Frolkis. Research in ex- perimental gerontology in the USSR. 441

Cherry, W. H.—&W. F. Forbes. Studies of mortality and morbidity data. II. Mortality from all causes in Ontario Counties during 1964-1968. 185

Chiemchanya, S.—(See Yeager, V. L.)

Chute, R. N.—(See Warren, S.)

Clark, B. X.—M. G. Wade, B. H. Massey, & R. Van Dyke. Response of institutionalized geriatric mental patients to a twelve-week program of regular physical activity. 565

Clayton, V.—(See Cunningham, W. R.)

Clemente, F.—P. A. Rexroad, & C. Hirsch. The par- ticipation of the black aged in voluntary associations. 469

Connors, T. J.—(See Thorpe, L. W.)

Crespaldi, G.—(See Muggeo, M.)

Cunningham, W. R.—V. Clayton, & W. Overton. Fluid and ease intelligence in young adulthood and old age.

Current publications in gerontology and geriatrics (N. W. Shock). 108, 239, 366, 492, 619, 718 765



Davies, I.—A study of the effect of diet on the life-span of Nasonia_vitripennis (Walk.) (Hymenoptera, Pteromalidae). 294

DeJong, G. F.—(See Glamser, F. D.)

Dougher, C. J., Jr.—(See Finch, C. E.)

Dowdy, J. J.—Aging as exchange: A preface to theory. 584 —(See Bengtson, V. L.)

Drevenstedt, J.—Scale-checking styles on the semantic dif- ferential among older people. 170

Drinkwater, B. L._—S. M. Horvath, & C. L. Wells. Aerobic power of females, ages 10 to 68. 385

Eddy, D. E.—& D. Harman. Rat brain fatty acid com- position effect on dietary fat and age. 647

Editorial Comments and Conference Reports. 715

Eleftheriou, B. E.—Changes with age in protein-bound iodine (PBI) and body temperature in the mouse. 417

Elias, M. F. —(See Abrahams, J. P.)

Engelsmann, F.—(See Miller, H. F.)

Eysenck, M. W.—Retrieval from semantic memory as a function of age. 174


Fedele, D.—(See Muggeo, M.)

Finch, C.E.—V. Jonec, G. Hody, J. P. Walker, W. Mor- ton-Smith, A. Alper, & G. J. Dougher, Jr. Aging and the passage of L-tyrosine, L-DOPA, and inulin into mouse brain slices in vitro. 33

—See Hody, G.) Fisher, H. B.—(See Blonsky, E. R.) Forbes, W. F.—(See Brown, K. S.) —(See Cherry, W. H.)

Fox, J. H.—J. L. Topel, & M.S. Huckman, Dementia in the elderly—a search for treatable illnesses. 557

Fritz, R. B.—(See Nandy, K.)

Frolkis, V. V.—(See Chebotarev, D. F.)

Furukawa, T.—M. Inoue, F. Kajiya, H. Inada, S. Takasugi, S. Fukui, H. Takeda, & H. Abe. Assessment of biological age by mutiple regression analysis. 422


Garcia, P. A.—G. E. Battese, & W. D. Brewer. Longitudinal study of age and cohort influences on dietary patterns. 349

Garner, H. S.—& S. Bernick, Effect of age upon the thyroid gland and pituitary tryrotrophs of the rat. 137

Gaylord, S. A.—& G. R. Marsh. Age differences in the speed of a spatial cognitive process. 674

Gerber, I.—R. Rusalem, N. Hannon, D. Battin, & A. Arkin, Anticipatory grief and aged widows and widowers. 225

Glamser, F. D.—& G. F. DeJong. The efficacy of preretirement preparation programs for industrial workers. 595

Goldstein, G.—& C. H. Shelly. Similarities and differences between psychological deficity in aging and brain


damage. Goldstone, S.—(See Hibbard, T. R.) Goodrick, C. L.—Behavioral rigidity as a mechanism for facilitation of problem solving for aged rats. 181 —Life-span and the inheritance of longevity of inbred mice. 257

Goudy, W. J.—E. A. Powers, & P. Keith. Work and retirement: A test of attitudinal relationships. 193

Grad, B.—(See Miller, H. F.)

Graney, M. J.—Happiness and social participation in aging. 701

Greenberg, S. R.—The pathogenesis of hypophyseal fibrosis in aging: Its relationship to tissue iron deposition. 531

Hahlbohm, D.—(See Schuckit, M. A.)

Hannon, N.—(See Gerber, I.)

Harman, D.—(See Eddy, D. E.)

Harrison, D. E.—Defective erythropoietic responses of aged mice not improved by young marrow. 286

—Normal function of transplanted marrow cell lines from aged mice. 279

Hasselkus, B. R.—& G. M. Shambes. Aging and postural sway in women. 661

Hibbard, T. R.—J. N. Migliaccio, S. Goldstone, & W. T. Lhamon, Temporal information processing by young and senior adults and patients with senile dementia. 326

Hiltner, J.—(See Smith, B. W.)

Hirsch, C.—(See Clemente, F.)

Hody, G.—V. Jonec, W. Morton-Smith, & C. E. Finch. Norepinephrine uptake by the myocardium of the senescent mouse in vitro. 275.

—(See Finch, C. E.)

Holzbauer, I.—(See Bruning, R. H.)

Horvath, S. M.—(See Drinkwater, B. L.)

Hoyer, W. J.—(See Abrahams, J. P.)

—(See Bellucci, G.) Huckman, M. S. —(See Fox, J. H.)

Inada, H.—(See Furukawa, T.)

Inamdar, A. R.—R. Person, & B. Mackler. Protective effects of atromid-S in vivo on mitochondrial stability in tissues of aged hamsters. 526

Inkeles, A.—(See Bengtson, V. L.)

Inoue, M.—(See Furukawa, T.)


Johnson, J. E., Jr.—W. R. Mehler, & J. Miquel. A fine structural study of degenerative changes in the dorsal column nuclei of aging mice. Lack of protection by vitamin E. 395

Jonec, B.—(See Finch, C. E.)

—(See Hody, G.

Kahana, B.—& E. Kahana. The relationship of impulse con- trol to cognition and adjustment among institutionalized aged women. 679

Kahana, E.—(See Kahana, B.)

Kahn, R. L.—(See Zarit, S. H.)

Kajiya, F.—(See Furukawa, T.)

Keith, P.—(See Goudy, W. J.

Kimberlin, C.—(See Bruning, R. H.)

Kleban, M. H.—M. P. Lawton, E. M. Brody, & M. Moss. Characteristics of mentally-impaired aged profiting from individualized treatment. 90

Klerman, L. V.—(See Morris, J. N.)




Kline, D. W.—& J. Szafran. Age difference in backward monoptic visual noise making. 307

Kunstyr, I.—& H. -G. W. Leuenberger. Gerontological data of CS57BL/6J mice. I. Sex differences in survival curves. 157


Lawton, M. P.—L. Nahemow, & J. Teaff. Housing charac- teristics and the well-being of elderly tenants in federally assisted housing. 601

—The Philadelphia Geriatric Center Morale Scale: A revision. 85 —/(See Kleban, M. H.)

Lebowitz, B. D.—Age and fearfulness: Personal and situational factors. 696

Letters to the Editor—491, 717

Leuenberger, H. -G. W.—(See Kunstyr, I.)

Lhamon, W. T.—(See Hibbard, T. R.)

Liu, R. K.—& R. L. Walford. Mid-life temperature-transfer effects on life-span of annual fish. 129

Logemann, J. A.—(See Blonsky, E. R.)

Loudon, J. M.—(See Misra, D. P.)

Mackler, B.—(See Inamdar, A. R.)

Magnier, M.—(See Stupfel, M.)

Marsh, G. R.—(See Gaylord, S. A.)

Massey, R. H.—(See Clark, B. A.)

McCaslin, R.—& W. R. Calvert. Social indicators in black and white: Some ethnic considerations in delivery of ser- vice to the elderly. 60

McMartin, D. N.—& L. M. Schedlbauer. Incorporation of ['*C]leucine into protein and tubulin by brain slices from young and old mice. 132

Mehler, W. R.—(See Johnson, J. E., Jr.)

Migliaccio, J. N.—(See Hibbard, T. R.)

Miller, P. L.—(See Schuckit, M. A.)

Millham, J.—(See Weinberger, L. E.)

Miquel, J.—(See Johnson, J. E., Jr.)

Misra, D. P.—J. M. Loudon, & G. E. Staddon, Albumin metabolism in elderly patients. 304

Molinari, M.—(See Muggeo, M.)

Moore, J. L.—(See Mueller, J. E.)

Morris, J. N.—& S. Sherwood. A retesting and modification of the Philadelphia Geriatric Center Morale Scale. 77

R. S. Wolf, & L. V. Klerman. Common themes among morale and depression scales. 209 —(See Sherwood, S.) Morton-Smith, W.—(See Finch, C. E.) —(See Hody, G.)

Moss, M.—(See Kleban, M. H.)

Moutet, J. -P.—(See Stupfel, M.)

Mueller, J. E.—J. L. Moore, & J. E. Birren. A bibliography of doctoral dissertations on aging from American in- stitutions of higher learning, 1972-1974. 484

Muggeo, M.—D. Fedele, A. Tiengo, M. Molinari, & G. Crepaldi. Human growth hormone and cortisol response to insulin stimulation in aging. 546

Miilier, H. F.—B. Grad, & F. Engelsmann. Biological and psychological predictors of survival in a psychogeriatric population. 47


Nahemow, L.—(See Lawton, M. P.) Nandy, K.—Significance of brain-reactive antibodies in serum of aged mice. 314 —R. B. Fritz, & J. Threatt. Specificity of brain-reactive antibodies in serum of old mice. 269 Notice of availability of aged rats and mice. 384

Overton, W.—(See Cunningham, W. R.) P

Palmore, E.—The status and integration of the aged in Japanese society. 199

Person, R.—(See Inamdar, A. R.)

Petersen, D. M.—& C. W. Thomas. Acute drug reactions among the elderly. 552

Porter, M. W.—(See Warren, S.)

Powers, E. A.—(See Goudy, W. J.)

Rexroad, P. A.—(See Clemente, F.)

Rosner, L.—Safety of administration of procaine hydrochloride-hematoporphyrin (KH3) to beagle dogs. 41

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