Depression was assessed and classified according to the 15 item GDS Univariate

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Depression was assessed and classified according to the 15-item GDS. Univariate and then multivariate complex Study included a wide number of participa nts in the study The study was done in Iran and not the US
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LEWIS 7 sample survey ordinal regression analysis was performed to investigate the association between depression and the risk factors. Simning, A., & Simons, K. V. (2017). Treatment of depression in nursing home residents without significant cognitive impairment: a systematic review. International psychogeriatrics, 29(2), 209– 226. There is limited evidence suggesting that cognitive behavioral therapies, reminiscen ce, interventio ns to reduce social isolation, and exercise- based interventio ns have some promise for decreasing depression in cognitively intact nursing home residents; little can be concluded from the pharmacol ogic or other biologic RCTs. ClinicalTrials. gov. RCTs This study does not believe that socializati on decrease depressio n in nursing homes The study had small samples that were not representa tive of the general population Maryam Seddigh, Maryam Hazrati, Mozhgan Jokar, Amir Mansouri, Mohammad-Rafi Bazrafshan, Maryam Rasti, & Esmaeil Kavi. According to the results, it cross- sectional study The study compare d 3 None
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LEWIS 8 (2020). A Comparative Study of Perceived Social Support and Depression among Elderly Members of Senior Day Centers, Elderly Residents in Nursing Homes, and Elderly Living at Home. Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research, 2, 160. - org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.4103/ijnmr.IJN MR_109_18 can be concluded that senior day care centers have been able to promote perceived social support in the elderly through their participati on in daily activities and social activities, and thus were able to reduce depressio n significant ly compared to the other two groups. different groups and was able o ive quantitati ve data that one group was better of than the other two Singh, A., & Misra, N. (2009). Loneliness, depression and sociability in old age. Industrial psychiatry journal, 18(1), 51–55. Most of the elderly people were found to be average in the dimension of sociability and preferred remaining engaged The tools used were Beck Depression Inventory This study compare d how the subjects reacted to socializati on None
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LEWIS 9 in social interactio ns.
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