Aging Studies Publications
Title Type Author(s) Date Source/Publisher
Evx1 and Evx2 specify excitatory neurotransmitter fates and suppress inhibitory fates through a Pax2 independent mechanism Articles Juarez-Morales, Schulte , Pezoa , Vallejo , Hilinski, England, de Jager, and Lewis April 7, 2016 Neural Development. 11: 5
Veterans and the Life Course Articles Andrew S. London April 2, 2016 Gerontology: Changes, Challenges, and Solutions. Volume 1: Social and Life Course Issues
Balancing the contributions of multiple neural systems during learning and memory Gold April 2, 2016 The Neurobiological Basis of Memory: A System, Attribute, and Process Analysis - A Festschrift in Honor of Raymond P. Kesner.
The development and evaluation of an online healthcare toolkit for autistic adults and their primary care providers Articles Nicolaidis, Raymaker, McDonald, Kapp, Weiner, Ashkenazy, Gerrity, Kripke, Platt,& Baggs April 1, 2016 Journal of General Internal Medicine, 31
Childhood Socioeconomic Circumstances, Inflammation, and Hemostasis among Midlife Women: Study of Women’s Health across the Nation Articles Matthews, Chang, Bromberger, Karvonen-Gutierrez, Kravitz, Thurston, and Karas Montez. April 1, 2016 Psychosomatic Medicine 78(3):311-318
You say you want a revolution: An empirical study of community-based participatory research with people with developmental disabilities McDonald & Stack April 1, 2016 Disability and Health Journal, 9, 201-207
Getting to inclusion: People with developmental disabilities and the Americans with Disabilities Act Participatory Action Research Consortium. Hammel, McDonald, & Frieden April 1, 2016 Inclusion, 4, 6-15
Evaluating ROC residuals in signal-detection models of recognition memory Articles Kellen & Singmann April 1, 2016 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23, 253-264
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Adult Mortality Articles Andrew S. London and Scott D. Landes April 1, 2016 Preventive Medicine 90: 8-10
The Ignored Alternative: An Application of Luce’s Low-threshold Model to Recognition Memory Articles Kellen, Erdfelder, Malmberg,& Criss April 1, 2016 Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 75,86-95
Housing Price Bubbles, New Supply, and Within-City Dynamics Liu, Crocker, Nowak, and Rosenthal April 1, 2016 Journal of Urban Economics, 96, 55-72
Household Crowding During Childhood and LongTerm Education Outcomes Leonard M. Lopoo and Andrew S. London April 1, 2016 Demography 53(3): 699-721
Hormones and Memory Gold & Korol April 1, 2016 Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology, 1–8.
Patient fatigue in aphasia treatment: A survey of speech-language pathologists. Articles Ellyn A. Riley April 1, 2016 Communication Disorders Quarterly
Affective Labour: Work, Love, and Care for the Elderly in Bihać. Hromadžić April 1, 2016 Negotiating Socialities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Attenuation in rats of impairments of memory by scopolamine, a muscarinic receptor antagonist, by mecamylamine, a nicotinic receptor antagonist Articles Newman, Gold April 1, 2016 Psychopharmacology, 233, 925-932
Is it worth it? Benefits in research with adults with intellectual disability McDonald, Conroy, Olick, & The Project ETHICS Expert Panel April 1, 2016 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 54, 440-453.
Lmx1b is required for the glutamatergic fates of a subset of spinal cord neurons Articles Hilinski , Bostrom, England, Juárez-Morales, de Jager, Armant, Legradi, Strähle, Link, & Lewis April 1, 2016 Neural Development 11:16
Barriers to healthcare: Instrument development and comparison between adults on the autism spectrum and adults with and without other disabilities Articles Raymaker, McDonald, Ashkenazy, Gerrity, Baggs, Kripke, Hourston, & Nicolaidis April 1, 2016 Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice
Is safety in the eye of the beholder? Safeguards in research with adults with intellectual disability. Articles McDonald, Conroy, Olick, Kim, LoBraico, & Prather & The Project ETHICS Expert Panel April 1, 2016 Journal of Empirical Research in Human Research Ethics, 11, 424-438.