Aging and Milieu. Environmental Perspectives on Growing Old by Graham D. Rowles

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They concluded that the activity must act to satisfy that need. 46 M. Powell Lawton Press (Murray, 1938) is a quality of a situation that, when paired with an analogous personal need, elicits behavior designed to meet that need. Neulinger (1974) thus suggested that leisure activities could be characterized in terms of their press toward understanding, sentience, autonomy, achievement, sex, affiliation, order, nurturance, and activity. Here the focus is on the activity, rather than the person, but the press quality of the activity exists only because it is paired with the intrapersonal need.

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