Date of Award
Master of Arts
Perceived control, perceived choice, and residential setting are important factors which need to be addressed in research involving long-living. The focus of this study was to determine the relationships among thee variables. The search for an interaction between residential setting (either high or low constraining) and perceived choice and its effect on perceived control distinguishes this study from previous research.
Shank, Steven R., "Residence, perceived latitude of choice and desired control among the long-livin" (1985). Master's Theses. 1017.