- adj. Of or pertaining to gerontology.
- adj. of or relating to or practicing geriatrics
“My therapist was a gerontological psychiatrist (it was the luck of the draw … she was the only person able to take a patient at the time) so I was by far the youngest person she saw.”
“And Sarkozy is definitely a funny spokesman, since his margin of victory came from Le Penists and gerontological pieds noirs.”
“As a nouveau septuagenarian, I arguably had a vested interest in gerontological issues.”
“It opposes the right of those institutions to shape you simply because of accreted power or gerontological status.”
“If both occur, as gerontological optimists predict, the number of old will skyrocket, as will the cost of maintaining them.”
“Rebecca Johnson, a professor of gerontological nursing at the University of Missouri, Columbia, showed that interaction with pets does, in fact, reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.”
“Beneath a work of art depicting Moses holding the tablet on which was written the Ten Commandments, the gerontological oligarchy that now runs this country was hearing oral arguments as to whether the displaying of those same commandments on public property was against the law.”
“It was put out God knows when (25 years, estimate) by a group of anthropologists who study gerontology (I almost said “gerontological anthropologists” but that would be misleading).”
“Brave gerontological researchers in Indiana are unafraid to ask the musical question, "Are robot dogs theraputic company for old people?”
“I'd go to these conferences and the gerontological meetings I was beginning to attend, these paneled halls and the young Turks in their white coats with research money for aging, and they would talk about "them" sort of with the same contemptuous compassion, reminded me of something.”
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