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For example, more than 40 years ago Lawton and Nahemow (1973) described the environmental docility hypothesis which relates to the first dimension of social health, focusing on the capacity to fulfil one’s potential within enabling or disabling environments.
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However, Lawton's 'environmental docility hypothesis', in which the interaction between characteristics of the environment and a person's competence is described, forms a reason to be more careful with this assumption.
The results also revealed significantly more ADL disability in the group of respondents in whom the heaviest environmental demands were identified, supporting the docility hypothesis.