Here you can browse all of the publications that have been created at ASI.
|2017||Authors: Merril Silverstein, Vern Bengtson
||Return to Religion? Predictors of Religious Change Among Baby-Boomers in their Transition to Later Life||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2017||Authors: Mark Brennan-Ing, Ph.D.
||HIV and Aging: Global Implications for Social Care of a Vulnerable Population||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2016||Authors: Ilene C. Siegler
||Biobehavioral Risk Factors in Coronary Heart Disease||Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute|
|2016||Authors: Maria T. Brown, Kara Williams
||Identifying Interventions to Address Triggers of Decline in Vulnerable Older Adults||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2015||Authors: Ingrid Arnet Connidis
||Commitment and Change: Constants of Family Ties Over Time||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2015||Authors: Andrew J. Cherlin
||Social Class, Family Complexity, and Intergenerational Relations||Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute|
|2014||Authors: Lichtenberg, Peter
||Financial Decision Making and Financial Exploitation: Assessment Issues in Older Adults||Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute|
|2014||Authors: Mattson, Mark P.
||The Challenge of Optimal Brain Health Throughout Life||Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute|
|2014||Authors: N. Altman and E. Kingson
Editors: David Cay Johnston
|Social Security Reduces Inequality — Efficiently, Effectively and Fairly||Divided: The Perils of Our Growing Inequality. New York: The New Press.|
|2013||Authors: Toni P. Miles
||Medicaid Expansion, Long-Term Care Financing in Retirement States and the Post World War II Birth Cohort||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2012||Authors: Patricia Moore
||Quality of Life for All Ages, By Design||Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University|
|2010||Authors: R. Sean Morrison
||Palliative Care: A Novel Solution to the Healthcare Crisis||Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University|
|2010||Authors: Thomas M. Gill
||Our Granparents, Our Parents, Our Future Selves: Optimizing Function in Old Age||Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University|
|2009||Authors: Herd, P., Smeeding, T. and Harrington Meyer, M.
||A Targeted Minimum Benefit Plan (MBP): A New Proposal to Reduce Poverty Among The Elderly.||Policy Brief prepared for the Obama Administration. Washington DC.|
|2008||Authors: Neil S. Wenger
||Do we want to measure the quality of care for vulnerable older people? The ACOVE approach||Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University|