Gerontologist refers to people who study the process of aging and of the problems of aged people.

In psychology, he is a professional who studies aging and the effects it has on individuals. Gerontology is the scientific study of aging and the elderly. Gerontologists examine the physical, mental, and social changes that occur as people age, as well as the impact of aging on society as a whole.

Gerontologists work in a variety of settings, including research institutions, hospitals, nursing homes, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. They may work as researchers, clinicians, educators, or administrators, and their work may involve direct interaction with older adults or analysis of data related to aging.

Examples of areas that gerontologists might focus on include:

Gerontologists may also work with caregivers, family members, and communities to develop programs and services that support the health and well-being of older adults.

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