Publications


Aging Studies Publications
Title Type Author(s) Date Source/Publisher
Does Familism Inhibit Demand for Long-Term Care? Public Policy Implications of Growing Ethnic Diversity in the United States Articles Silverstein, Merril and Wang, Rebecca October 7, 2015 Public Policy & Aging Report 25(3):83-87
The Use of VA Disability Benefits and Social Security Disability Insurance among Veterans Articles Janet M. Wilmoth, Andrew London, and Colleen M. Heflin August 25, 2015 Disability and Health Journal 8: 388-396
Inter-Cohort Variation in the Consequences of U.S. Military Service on Men’s Body Mass Index Trajectories in Mid-to Late-Life Articles Janet M. Wilmoth, Andrew S. London, and Christine Himes August 25, 2015 Springer Publication Pp. 133-154
Reply D. Wolf, V. Freedman, J. Ondrich, C. Seplaki, and B. Spillman, 2015 August 1, 2015 Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 70: 757- 758.
Commitment and Change: Constants of Family Ties Over Time Policy Briefs Ingrid Arnet Connidis June 4, 2015 Aging Studies Institute Syracuse University
Social Class, Family Complexity, and Intergenerational Relations Policy Briefs Andrew J. Cherlin June 3, 2015 Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute
Veteran Status and Paid Sex among American Men: Results from Three National Surveys Articles Andrew S. London and Janet M. Wilmoth May 1, 2015 Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44, 997-1009
Parental Disability, Parent Care, and Offspring Mental Health Outcomes Articles D. Wolf, K. Raissian, and E. Grundy March 11, 2015 European Journal of Ageing 12: 175-185.
Disability Trajectories at the End of Life: A ‘Countdown’ Model Articles D. Wolf, V. Freedman, J. Ondrich, C. Seplaki, and B. Spillman March 3, 2015 Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 70: 745-752
Social Security Works! Why Social Security Isn’t Going Broke and How Expanding It Will Help Us All Books Kingson, E.R. & N.J. Altman January 1, 2015 New York, N.Y.: The New Press.
Multiple memory systems under modulatory control Articles Korol, D.L. January 1, 2015 Invited article for Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience special issue on Augmentation of Brain Function: Facts, Fiction, and Controversy
Matched Values & Preferences: A New Approach to Selecting Legal Surrogates Articles Nina A. Kohn January 1, 2015 San Diego Law Review
Guardianship for Young People with Disabilities and the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act Articles Kanter, Arlene January 1, 2015 8 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AGING LAW AND POLICY 1
Bilateral intrastriatal infusions of 6-OHDA improve spatial working memory in rats: implications for Parkinson’s disease Articles Korol, D.L., Morris, K.A., Gold, P.E., Mitterling, K.L., Rocha-Cabrero, F January 1, 2015
The Nasty Business of Aging Nina A. Kohn January 1, 2015 Law & Social Inquiry
Estrogen receptor selective agonists modulate learning in female rats in a dose- and taskspecific manner Articles Pisani, S.L., Neese, S.L., Katzenellenbogen, J.A., Schantz, S.L., and Korol, D.L. January 1, 2015 Endocrinology
Work-Family Context and the Longevity Disadvantage of U.S. Women Articles Jennifer Karas Montez, Pekka Martikainen, Hanna Remes, and Mauricio Avendano January 1, 2015 Social Forces 93(4):1567-1597.
Estrogens and cognition: Friends or Foes? Special Issue on Estradiol and Cognition. Articles Korol, D.L. and Pisani, S.L. January 1, 2015 Hormones and Behavior, 74, 105-115
“Single-Headed Family Economic Vulnerability and Reliance on Social Programs in Aging Policies and New American Families Articles Harrington Meyer, Madonna and Ynesse Abdul-Malak January 1, 2015 Public Policy and Aging Report
Grandmothers’ Financial Contributions and the Impact on Grandmothers Book Chapters Harrington Meyer, Madonna January 1, 2015 Amityville, NY: Baywood Press