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Welcome to the Erickson Library's Aging Physiology and Function guide. You'll find tabs at the top that will lead you to additional information with print and online resources. 

The Erickson Library is here to help you find credible and reliable information. Please feel free to call or email with any of your research questions!

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Keyword Search Tips

1. Useful keywords: aging, seniors, elderly, older adult
2. Break down your topic into smaller concepts and identify synonyms.
3. Use and to combine keywords, i.e. "older adult and home care"
4. Use or to expand your results, i.e. "older adult or elderly"
5. Use "quotaton marks" to search keywords as a phrase, i.e. "study of aging"
6. Use an asterik* to search multiple endings, i.e. nurs* will search nursing, nurse, etc.


Disclaimer: This Playlist is intended for use for after class is completed. While in class, you should use your D2L to make sure you get credit for watching the videos.

Chap 1: The Aging Population

Chap 2: Theories of Aging

Chap 5: Common Aging Changes

Chap 18: Respiration

Chap 25: Vision & Hearing



Chap 26: Endocrine Function