A scoping review protocol to map the evidence on self-reported health and neuroticism in older adults

Geriatrics, Gerontology and Aging

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A scoping review protocol to map the evidence on self-reported health and neuroticism in older adults

Ano: 2021 | Volume: 15 | Número: Não se aplica
Autores: Meire Cachionia,b; Vanessa Alonsoc; Gabriela Cabett Cipollic; Ruth Caldeira de Meloa; Constança Paúlb
Autor Correspondente: Gabriela Cipolli | [email protected]

Palavras-chave: aged; personality; neuroticism; self-assessment.

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Resumo Inglês:

OBJECTIVE: To identify the evidence on self-reported health and neuroticism in older adults.
METHODS: Indexed literature published in English, Spanish and Portuguese will be systematically searched and retrieved from 10 databases; reference lists from included studies will be manually searched. Two authors will independently screen titles, abstracts, and full texts against the eligibility criteria. A customized data extraction form will be used to perform data extraction of the included studies, which will be: studies written in English, Portuguese, and Spanish; studies of older adults aged 55 years or over (mean age is 60 years at least); studies of community-dwelling older adults; studies that evaluated both self-reported health and personality; studies that evaluated self-reported health and personality with validated instruments; observational, review, and intervention studies.
RESULTS: The results will be presented in a tabular format, accompanied by a narrative summary