Dr Andy Towers
Dr Andy Towers
School of Health Sciences, Massey University
Verified email at massey.ac.nz - Homepage
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The effects of types of social networks, perceived social support, and loneliness on the health of older people: Accounting for the social context
C Stephens, F Alpass, A Towers, B Stevenson
Journal of aging and health 23 (6), 887-911, 2011
Researching moral distress among New Zealand nurses: A national survey
M Woods, V Rodgers, A Towers, S La Grow
Nursing Ethics 22 (1), 117-130, 2015
Independence, well‐being, and social participation in an aging population
F Alpass, A Towers, C Stephens, E Fitzgerald, B Stevenson, J Davey
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1114 (1), 241-250, 2007
Factors affecting perceived quality of life of older persons with self-reported visual disability
S La Grow, F Alpass, C Stephens, A Towers
Quality of Life Research 20 (3), 407-413, 2011
Driving anxiety and fear in young older adults in New Zealand
JE Taylor, F Alpass, C Stephens, A Towers
Age and ageing 40 (1), 62-66, 2011
An exploratory study examining the relationships between the personal, environmental and activity participation variables and quality of life among young adults with disabilities
P Yeung, A Towers
Disability and rehabilitation 36 (1), 63-73, 2014
The impact of mobility on quality of life among older persons
S La Grow, P Yeung, A Towers, F Alpass, C Stephens
Journal of aging and health 25 (5), 723-736, 2013
Estimating older hazardous and binge drinking prevalence using AUDIT-C and AUDIT-3 thresholds specific to older adults
A Towers, C Stephens, P Dulin, M Kostick, J Noone, F Alpass
Drug and alcohol dependence 117 (2-3), 211-218, 2011
Economic hardship among older people in New Zealand: the effects of low living standards on social support loneliness and mental health
C Stephens, F Alpass, A Towers
New Zealand Psychological Society, 2010
The influence of ethnicity and gender on caregiver health in older New Zealanders
F Alpass, R Pond, C Stephens, B Stevenson, S Keeling, A Towers
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
SF-36v2 norms for New Zealanders aged 55–69 years
C Stephens, F Alpass, M Baars, A Towers, B Stevenson
NZ Med J 123 (1327), 47-57, 2010
Quality of life in indigenous and non-indigenous older adults: assessing the CASP-12 factor structure and identifying a brief CASP-3
A Towers, P Yeung, B Stevenson, C Stephens, F Alpass
Quality of Life Research 24 (1), 193-203, 2015
Health and retirement of older New Zealanders
E Gorman, GM Scobie, A Towers
New Zealand Treasury Working Paper, 2012
The “health benefits” of moderate drinking in older adults may be better explained by socioeconomic status
A Towers, M Philipp, P Dulin, J Allen
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (4), 649-654, 2018
Ageing across the Tasman Sea: the demographics and health of older adults in Australia and New Zealand
P Kowal, A Towers, J Byles
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 38 (4), 377-383, 2014
Assessing potential barriers to exercise adoption in middle-aged men: over-stressed, under-controlled, or just too unwell?
AJ Towers, RA Flett, RF Seebeck
Men's Studies Press, 2005
What makes for the most intense regrets? Comparing the effects of several theoretical predictors of regret intensity
A Towers, MN Williams, SR Hill, MC Philipp, R Flett
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1941, 2016
The relationship between loneliness and perceived quality of life among older persons with visual impairments
SJL Grow, A Towers, P Yeung, F Alpass, C Stephens
Journal of visual impairment & blindness 109 (6), 487-499, 2015
Prevalence of key care indicators of pressure injuries, incontinence, malnutrition, and falls among older adults living in nursing homes in New Zealand
J Carryer, J Weststrate, P Yeung, V Rodgers, A Towers, M Jones
Research in nursing & health 40 (6), 555-563, 2017
Health, work, and retirement longitudinal study
A Towers, B Stevenson, M Breheny, J Allen, N Pahana
Encyclopedia of geropsychology 10, 978-981, 2016
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