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Need Satisfaction and Frustration in Older People Living in French Nursing Homes

Abstract : Abstract. The study examined the profiles of basic psychological needs satisfaction (BPNS) and frustration (BPNF) in a sample of older people living in French nursing homes. It is also addresses the relationships of these profiles with depressive symptoms and adaptation to nursing home. The residents ( N = 134) completed various French self-report questionnaires. Cluster analyses revealed five distinct profiles: (a) High BPNF ( n = 19); (b) Low BPN ( n = 36); (c) Moderate BPNS and low BPNF ( n = 23); (d) high BPNS and moderate BPNF ( n = 33); and (e) High BPNS ( n = 23). Practitioners and staff members should better respect residents’ needs if nursing homes are to become places to live rather than places only to receive care.
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Claude Ferrand, Guillaume Martinent, Maxime Deliot, Victoire Pont. Need Satisfaction and Frustration in Older People Living in French Nursing Homes. GeroPsych The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry, Hogrefe, 2019, 32 (2), pp.69-77. ⟨10.1024/1662-9647/a000205⟩. ⟨hal-03384757⟩

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