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Not surprisingly, given theambiguity of the term "success" itself, there is no singlewell-accepted definition or model of successful aging that has stood the test oftime.

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Gibson(1995) stated that successful aging "refers to reaching one's potential andarriving at a level of physical, social, and psychological well-being in old agethat is pleasing to both self and others" (p.


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In the Encyclopedia ofAging, Palmore (1995) says that a comprehensive definition of successful aging"would combine survival (longevity), health (lack of disability), and lifesatisfaction (happiness)" (p.