Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences and Social Sci

Papers
(The TQCC of Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences and Social Sci is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Loneliness and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study Among Dutch Older Adults367
Aging in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Avoiding Ageism and Fostering Intergenerational Solidarity317
“We Are Staying at Home.” Association of Self-perceptions of Aging, Personal and Family Resources, and Loneliness With Psychological Distress During the Lock-Down Period of COVID-19314
The Impact of Sheltering in Place During the COVID-19 Pandemic on Older Adults’ Social and Mental Well-Being297
Age Differences in COVID-19 Risk Perceptions and Mental Health: Evidence From a National U.S. Survey Conducted in March 2020294
A Double Burden of Exclusion? Digital and Social Exclusion of Older Adults in Times of COVID-19237
The Color of COVID-19: Structural Racism and the Disproportionate Impact of the Pandemic on Older Black and Latinx Adults227
COVID-19 Worries and Behavior Changes in Older and Younger Men and Women208
The Ups and Downs of Daily Life During COVID-19: Age Differences in Affect, Stress, and Positive Events168
Up and About: Older Adults’ Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Swedish Longitudinal Study159
Age Differences in Risk and Resilience Factors in COVID-19-Related Stress138
Living Alone During COVID-19: Social Contact and Emotional Well-being Among Older Adults91
Caregivers’ Mental Health and Somatic Symptoms During COVID-1988
Dementia Caregiving During the “Stay-at-Home” Phase of COVID-19 Pandemic87
Exacerbating Inequalities: Social Networks, Racial/Ethnic Disparities, and the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States86
From “Coffin Dodger” to “Boomer Remover”: Outbreaks of Ageism in Three Countries With Divergent Approaches to Coronavirus Control83
Modern Senicide in the Face of a Pandemic: An Examination of Public Discourse and Sentiment About Older Adults and COVID-19 Using Machine Learning72
More Vulnerable? The Life Story Approach Highlights Older People’s Potential for Strength During the Pandemic63
Social Isolation and Loneliness Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Longitudinal Study of U.S. Adults Older Than 5061
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Subjective Age and the Association With Cognition, Subjective Well-Being, and Depression52
The Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19 on Older Latino Mortality: The Rapidly Diminishing Latino Paradox52
Overlooked and Underestimated: Experiences of Ageism in Young, Middle-Aged, and Older Adults43
Calculated Ageism: Generational Sacrifice as a Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic43
Societal Views of Older Adults as Vulnerable and a Burden to Society During the COVID-19 Outbreak: Results From an Israeli Nationally Representative Sample42
Ageism Linked to Culture, Not Demographics: Evidence From an 8-Billion-Word Corpus Across 20 Countries41
COVID-19 as a Stressor: Pandemic Expectations, Perceived Stress, and Negative Affect in Older Adults41
The Strength of Weaker Ties: An Underexplored Resource for Maintaining Emotional Well-Being in Later Life40
Longitudinal Correlates of Loneliness and Psychological Distress During the Lockdown Situation due to COVID-19. Effects of Age and Self-Perceptions of Aging40
The Effects of Age Stereotypes on Physical and Mental Health Are Mediated by Self-perceptions of Aging40
Changes in Older Adults’ Social Contact During the COVID-19 Pandemic40
Culture Linked to Increasing Ageism During COVID-19: Evidence From a 10-Billion-Word Corpus Across 20 Countries40
Sex, Race, and Age Differences in Prevalence of Dementia in Medicare Claims and Survey Data33
Robotic Pet Use Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults33
COVID-19 Social Distancing Measures and Loneliness Among Older Adults32
A Thematic Analysis of Weibo Topics (Chinese Twitter Hashtags) Regarding Older Adults During the COVID-19 Outbreak32
Resilience in Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Socioecological Approach32
Psychological Resilience and Health Among Older Adults: A Comparison of Personal Resources30
Aging Narratives Over 210 Years (1810–2019)30
Nursing Home Social Workers Perceptions of Preparedness and Coping for COVID-1930
Successful Aging in East Asia: Comparison Among China, Korea, and Japan29
Social Exclusion and Subjective Well-being Among Older Adults in Europe: Findings From the European Social Survey28
Recommendations for Advancing Research With Sexual and Gender Minority Older Adults28
Change Is Good for the Brain: Activity Diversity and Cognitive Functioning Across Adulthood27
Coping of Older Adults in Times of COVID-19: Considerations of Temporality Among Dutch Older Adults27
Day-to-Day Variability in Subjective Age and Ageist Attitudes and Their Association With Depressive Symptoms26
Feeling Gratitude Is Associated With Better Well-being Across the Life Span: A Daily Diary Study During the COVID-19 Outbreak25
Measuring Older Adult Loneliness Across Countries25
Thrust Into the Spotlight: COVID-19 Focuses Media Attention on Nursing Homes25
Lost Touch? Implications of Physical Touch for Physical Health24
Emotional, Social, and Existential Loneliness Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Prevalence and Risk Factors Among Dutch Older Adults24
Homeostasis Revisited: Patterns of Stability and Rebalancing in Older Adults’ Social Lives23
Estimating Older Adult Mortality From COVID-1922
Contextualizing the COVID-19 Era in Puerto Rico: Compounding Disasters and Parallel Pandemics22
Gateway to Global Aging Data: Resources for Cross-National Comparisons of Family, Social Environment, and Healthy Aging22
Associations Between Personality Traits and Cognitive Resilience in Older Adults22
Family Matters: Cross-Cultural Differences in Familism and Caregiving Outcomes21
The Impact of the COVID-19 Epidemic on Older Adults in Rural and Urban Areas in Mexico21
Ageism in COVID-Related Newspaper Coverage: The First Month of a Pandemic21
Conceptualizing Food Insecurity Among Older Adults: Development of a Summary Indicator in the National Health and Aging Trends Study20
Do Big Five Personality Traits Moderate the Effects of Stressful Life Events on Health Trajectories? Evidence From the Health and Retirement Study20
Acculturation in Context: The Relationship Between Acculturation and Socioenvironmental Factors With Level of and Change in Cognition in Older Latinos20
Social Isolation Among Spousal and Adult-Child Caregivers: Findings From the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging20
You Say Tomato, I Say Radish: Can Brief Cognitive Assessments in the U.S. Health Retirement Study Be Harmonized With Its International Partner Studies?20
Cognitive Stimulation Therapy for Older Adults With Mild-to-Moderate Dementia in Italy: Effects on Cognitive Functioning, and on Emotional and Neuropsychiatric Symptoms20
The Impact of Volunteering and Its Characteristics on Well-being After State Pension Age: Longitudinal Evidence From the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing20
Do Welfare Regimes Moderate Cumulative Dis/advantages Over the Life Course? Cross-National Evidence from Longitudinal SHARE Data20
Impact of Media-Based Negative and Positive Age Stereotypes on Older Individuals’ Mental Health20
Associations Between Changes in Daily Behaviors and Self-Reported Feelings of Depression and Anxiety About the COVID-19 Pandemic Among Older Adults20
Subjective Aging and Incident Cardiovascular Disease19
Beyond Successful Aging 2.0: Inequalities, Ageism, and the Case for Normalizing Old Ages19
Socioeconomic Inequalities in Home-Care Use Across Regional Long-term Care Systems in Europe19
Physical Multimorbidity and Social Participation in Adult Aged 65 Years and Older From Six Low- and Middle-Income Countries19
Pre-pandemic Ageism Toward Older Adults Predicts Behavioral Intentions During the COVID-19 Pandemic19
Job Transitions and Mental Health Outcomes Among U.S. Adults Aged 55 and Older During the COVID-19 Pandemic19
The Effect of Childhood Socioeconomic Position and Social Mobility on Cognitive Function and Change Among Older Adults: A Comparison Between the United States and England18
Life Course Pathways From Childhood Socioeconomic Status to Later-Life Cognition: Evidence From the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study18
Apathy and the Risk of Predementia Syndromes in Community-Dwelling Older Adults18
Levels of Depression and Anxiety Among Informal Caregivers During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study Based on the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging18
Synergistic Effects of Cognitive Training and Physical Exercise on Dual-Task Performance in Older Adults18
When I’m 64: Age-Related Variability in Over 40,000 Online Cognitive Test Takers17
Older Adults’ Loneliness in Early COVID-19 Social Distancing: Implications of Rurality17
Boundary Crossers: How Providers Facilitate Ethnic Minority Families’ Access to Dementia Services17
The Long-Term Efficacy of Working Memory Training in Healthy Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of 22 Randomized Controlled Trials17
Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Variations in C-Reactive Protein Using the Health and Retirement Study17
Bereavement From COVID-19, Gender, and Reports of Depression Among Older Adults in Europe17
Short-Term Mental Health Sequelae of Bereavement Predict Long-Term Physical Health Decline in Older Adults: U.S. Health and Retirement Study Analysis16
It Is Not Just Mortality: A Call From Chile for Comprehensive COVID-19 Policy Responses Among Older People16
The Education of Multiple Family Members and the Life-Course Pathways to Cognitive Impairment16
Loneliness as a Biographical Disruption—Theoretical Implications for Understanding Changes in Loneliness15
Natural, Everyday Language Use Provides a Window Into the Integrity of Older Adults’ Executive Functioning15
Financial Hardship and Psychological Resilience During COVID-19: Differences by Race/Ethnicity15
Perceived Gratitude, Role Overload, and Mental Health Among Spousal Caregivers of Older Adults15
The Role of Underweight in Active Life Expectancy Among Older Adults in Japan15
Social Cognitive Abilities Predict Unique Aspects of Older Adults’ Personal Social Networks15
Local Ties in the Social Networks of Older Adults15
Psychological Well-Being Among Informal Caregivers in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging: Why the Location of Care Matters15
Age Discrimination in the Context of Motivation and Healthy Aging15
COVID-19: Trends, Disparities, and Consequences for Older Adults15
The Differential Impact of Retirement on Informal Caregiving, Volunteering, and Grandparenting: Results of a 3-Year Panel Study14
Gender Divides in Engagement With COVID-19 Information on the Internet Among U.S. Older Adults14
Childhood Adversities, Midlife Health, and Elder Abuse Victimization: A Longitudinal Analysis Based on Cumulative Disadvantage Theory14
Health and Subjective Views on Aging: Longitudinal Findings From the ActiFE Ulm Study14
Log on and Prosper? Little Evidence for Codevelopment Between Psychological Adjustment and Technology Use in Older Adulthood14
More Than Selection Effects: Volunteering Is Associated With Benefits in Cognitive Functioning14
Generativity and Social Well-Being in Older Women: Expectations Regarding Aging Matter14
Self-Perceptions of Aging and Everyday ICT Engagement: A Test of Reciprocal Associations14
Measuring Self-Perceptions of Aging: Differences Between Measures When Predicting Health Outcomes13
Greater Social Engagement and Greater Gray Matter Microstructural Integrity in Brain Regions Relevant to Dementia13
Conscious Movement Processing, Fall-Related Anxiety, and the Visuomotor Control of Locomotion in Older Adults13
Mind-Wandering Across the Age Gap: Age-Related Differences in Mind-Wandering Are Partially Attributable to Age-Related Differences in Motivation13
Inequalities in Health and Care Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People Aged 50 and Older in the United Kingdom: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Sources of Individual Participant Data13
Age-Related Attributions of Experienced Changes in Life: Origins and Implications13
Within- and Between-Person Relationships Among Health, Awareness of Aging, and Control Beliefs: A Microlongitudinal Study13
Features of Daily Social Interactions That Discriminate Between Older Adults With and Without Mild Cognitive Impairment13
Cohort Trends in the Burden of Multiple Chronic Conditions Among Aging U.S. Adults13
Longitudinal Dyadic Effects of Aging Self-Perceptions on Health12
The Economic Consequences of Gray Divorce for Women and Men12
Contrasting Internet Adoption in Early and Advanced Old Age: Does Internet Self-Efficacy Matter?12
Emotional Loneliness Is Associated With a Risk of Dementia in a General Japanese Older Population: The Hisayama Study12
Age-Specific Mortality During the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic and Life Expectancy Changes in the United States and Peer Countries, 1980–202012
Social Disconnectedness and Loneliness: Do Self-Perceptions of Aging Play a Role?12
Same-Sex Couples and Cognitive Impairment: Evidence From the Health and Retirement Study12
How Does Aging Affect Social Attention? A Test of Competing Theories Using Multilevel Meta-Analysis12
What Determines Cognitive Functioning in the Oldest-Old? The EMIF-AD 90+ Study12
Race Inequity in School Attendance Across the Jim Crow South and Its Implications for Black–White Disparities in Trajectories of Cognitive Function Among Older Adults12
The Devastating Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Older Black and Latinx Adults: Implications for Health and Well-Being12
Religious Involvement and Cognitive Functioning at the Intersection of Race–Ethnicity and Gender Among Midlife and Older Adults11
Multigenerational Households During Childhood and Trajectories of Cognitive Functioning Among U.S. Older Adults11
Adverse Employment Histories, Later Health Functioning and National Labor Market Policies: European Findings Based on Life-History Data From SHARE and ELSA11
Is This Phishing? Older Age Is Associated With Greater Difficulty Discriminating Between Safe and Malicious Emails11
Not “The More The Merrier”: Diminishing Returns to Daily Face-To-Face Social Interaction Frequency for Well-Being in Older Age11
The Relationship Between Fertility History and Incident Dementia in the U.S. Health and Retirement Study11
Personality Development Beyond the Mean: Do Life Events Shape Personality Variability, Structure, and Ipsative Continuity?11
Age-Related Changes in the Role of Social Motivation: Implications for Healthy Aging11
The Importance of Improving Educational Attainment for Dementia Prevalence Trends From 2000 to 2014, Among Older Non-Hispanic Black and White Americans11
Functional Limitations, Social Integration, and Daily Activities in Late Life11
Neighborhood Built Environment and Late-Life Depression: A Multilevel Path Analysis in a Chinese Society11
Demographic and Socioeconomic Disparities in Life Expectancy With Hearing Impairment in the United States11
The Experience of Alzheimer’s Disease Family Caregivers in a Latino Community: Expectations and Incongruences in Support Services11
COVID-19, Time to Oneself, and Loneliness: Creativity as a Resource11
Longitudinal Associations Between Expectations of Receiving Care in the Future and Life Satisfaction Among Older Adults in Korea11
Correlates of Memory and Executive Function in Middle-Aged and Older Adults in the CLSA: A Minority Stress Approach11
Loving Others: The Impact of Compassionate Love on Later-Life Psychological Well-being11
Insufficient Advance Care Planning? Correlates of Planning Without Personal Conversations11
The Age-Dependent Association Between Vascular Risk Factors and Depressed Mood11
The Sounds of Memory: Extending the Age–Prospective Memory Paradox to Everyday Behavior and Conversations10
Measuring (Non)Essentialist Beliefs About the Process of Aging10
Sample Design and Estimation in the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project: Round 3 (2015–2016)10
Aging, Empathy, and Prosocial Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic10
Cognitive Interference in the Context of Daily Stressors, Daily Awareness of Age-Related Change, and General Aging Attitudes10
Using Theories of Behavior Change to Develop Interventions for Healthy Aging10
The Effect of Diabetes on the Cognitive Trajectory of Older Adults in Mexico and the United States10
Perceived Types, Causes, and Consequences of Financial Exploitation: Narratives From Older Adults10
Physical Disability and Older Adults’ Perceived Food and Economic Insecurity During the COVID-19 Pandemic10
Maintaining Sense of Purpose Following Health Adversity in Older Adulthood: A Propensity Score Matching Examination10
Healthy Aging-Relevant Goals: The Role of Person–Context Co-construction10
Psychological Distress During the Retirement Transition and the Role of Psychosocial Working Conditions and Social Living Environment10
Rumination and Sleep Quality Among Older Adults: Examining the Role of Social Support10
Changes in Health Care Access and Utilization for Low-SES Adults Aged 51–64 Years After Medicaid Expansion10
Social Isolation and Cognitive Functioning: A Quasi-Experimental Approach10
Social Isolation, Social Support, and Loneliness Profiles Before and After Spousal Death and the Buffering Role of Financial Resources10
Disability and Patterns of Leisure Participation Across the Life Course10
Motivation and Healthy Aging at Work10
Measuring Sex and Gender in Aging and Alzheimer’s Research: Results of a National Survey10
Views on Aging and Health: A Multidimensional and Multitemporal Perspective10
Leveraging Daily Social Experiences to Motivate Healthy Aging10
Accuracy of a Self-Administered Online Cognitive Assessment in Detecting Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment9
Social Relationships in Early Life and Episodic Memory in Mid- and Late Life9
Toward an Understanding of Healthy Cognitive Aging: The Importance of Lifestyle in Cognitive Reserve and the Scaffolding Theory of Aging and Cognition9
Relationship Between Dietary Variety and Frailty in Older Japanese Women During the Period of Restriction on Outings Due to COVID-199
The Impact of Care Intensity and Work on the Mental Health of Family Caregivers: Losses and Gains9
The Death of a Child and Parents’ Psychological Distress in Mid to Later Life: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Exposure and Vulnerability9
“Goodness and Kindness”: Long-Distance Caregiving Through Volunteers During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India9
Demographic Effects on Longitudinal Semantic Processing, Working Memory, and Cognitive Speed9
Reaction Time Intraindividual Variability Reveals Inhibitory Deficits in Single- and Multiple-Domain Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment9
Life Course Stressors and Functional Limitations in Later Life Among White, Black, and Hispanic Adults: Deleterious, Hardening, or Benign?9
Intergenerational Emotional Cohesion and Psychological Well-Being of Older Adults in Rural China: A Moderated Mediation Model of Loneliness and Friendship Ties9
How Do Gain and Loss Incentives Affect Memory for Intentions Across Adulthood?9
Examining the Combined Estimated Effects of Hearing Loss and Depressive Symptoms on Risk of Cognitive Decline and Incident Dementia9
Urinary Incontinence and Depressive Symptoms: The Mediating Role of Physical Activity and Social Engagement9
The Graying of Divorce: A Half Century of Change9
Perceptions of Closeness in Adult Parent–Child Dyads: Asymmetry in the Context of Family Complexity9
Longitudinal Trajectories of Quality of Life Among People With Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: A Latent Growth Model Approach With IDEAL Cohort Study Data9
More Than Just Race: Redefining the Impact of Sociocultural and Biologic Determinants on Aging and Well-Being of Older Diverse Populations9
Attitudes Toward Aging: A Glance Back at Research Developments Over the Past 75 Years9
Life Course Socioeconomic Disadvantage and the Aging Immune System: Findings From the Health and Retirement Study9
Satisfaction With Life and Risk of Dementia: Findings From the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging9
Measuring Cognitive Health in Ethnically Diverse Older Adults8
Association Between Region of Birth and Advance Care Planning Documentation Among Older Australian Migrant Communities: A Multicenter Audit Study8
Chronic Loneliness, Gender, and Trajectories of Change in Hand Grip Strength in Older Adults8
Predictors of Migrant Live-in Care Workers’ Burden/Burnout and Job Satisfaction When Caring for Frail Older Persons in Israel8
Examining the Moderating Role of a Mediterranean Diet in the Relationship Between Perceived Stress and Cognitive Function in Older Adults8
Continuity and Changes in Attitudes, Health Care, and Caregiving for Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic8
Aging in East Asia: New Findings on Retirement, Health, and Well-Being8
Psychological Connection to the Gay Community and Negative Self-Appraisals in Middle-Aged and Older Men Who Have Sex With Men: The Mediating Effects of Fitness Engagement8
Cardiovascular Health at the Intersection of Race and Gender: Identifying Life-Course Processes to Reduce Health Disparities8
Patterns of Caregiving Among Older Adults With and Without Dementia: A Latent Class Analysis8
Cross-Lagged Modeling of Cognition and Social Network Size in the Sydney Memory and Ageing Study8
Trends in the Use of Residential Settings Among Older Adults8
Social Networks and Cognitive Reserve: Network Structure Moderates the Association Between Amygdalar Volume and Cognitive Outcomes8
Changes in Self-estimated Step-Over Ability Among Older Adults: A 3-Year Follow-up Study8
Daily Reciprocity and Well-Being: A Diary Study of Intergenerational Support Between Mothers and Adult Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic8
A New Look at Cohort Trend and Underlying Mechanisms in Cognitive Functioning8
Aging Is Associated With Multidirectional Changes in Social Cognition: Findings From an Adult Life-Span Sample Ranging From 18 to 101 Years8
Longitudinal Within-Person Associations Between Quality of Social Relations, Structure of Social Relations, and Cognitive Functioning in Older Age8
Impact of the 2008 Recession on Wealth-Adjusted Income and Inequality for U.S. Cohorts8
Links Between Mortality and Socioeconomic Characteristics, Disease Burden, and Biological and Physical Functioning in the Aging Chinese Population8
Gender-Based Pathways to Cognitive Aging in the Mexican-Origin Population in the United States: The Significance of Work and Family8
Late-Life Preparedness and Its Correlates: A Behavioral Perspective on Preparation8
The Mental and Physical Health Profiles of Older Adults Who Endorse Elevated Autistic Traits8
Chronic Pain and Friendship Among Middle-Aged and Older U.S. Adults8
Friendship and Cognitive Functioning Among Married and Widowed Chinese Older Adults8
Health, Wealth, and Voting Trajectories in Later Life8
The Toll of Feeling Older: Subjective Age Moderates the Associations Between Anxiety Sensitivity and Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression During the COVID-19 Epidemic7
Feeling Younger in Rural Burkina Faso: Exploring the Role of Subjective Age in the Light of Previous Research From High-Income Countries7
Racial/Ethnic and Educational Disparities in the Impact of Diabetes on Population Health Among the U.S.-Born Population7
Not Just How Much, But How Many: Overall and Domain-Specific Activity Variety and Cognitive Functioning in Adulthood7
Hearing Impairment and Mental Health Among Married Couples7
Links Between Inflammation, Mood, and Physical Function Among Older Adults With HIV7
Are Older Populations at a Disadvantage? County-Level Analysis of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Urban and Rural America7
Racial Differences in the Dementia Caregiving Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings From the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS)7
Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Depressive Symptoms: A Twelve-Year Population Study of Temporal Dynamics7
The Framing Effect of Intergenerational Comparison of Technologies on Technophobia Among Older Adults7
Person-Centered Communication Between Health Care Professionals and COVID-19-Infected Older Adults in Acute Care Settings: Findings From Wuhan, China7
The Caregiver Identity in Context: Consequences of Identity Threat From Siblings7
The Country That Never Retires: The Gendered Pathways to Retirement in South Korea7
When Culture Influences Genes: Positive Age Beliefs Amplify the Cognitive-Aging Benefit of APOE ε27
Ancient Mnemonic in New Format—Episodic Memory Training With the Method of Loci in a Smart Phone Application7
Varieties of Financial Stressors and Midlife Health Problems, 1996–20167
The Roles of General and Domain-Specific Perceived Stress in Healthy Aging7
The Self-Regulation of Healthy Aging: Goal-Related Processes in Three Domains7
Childhood Stressors, Relationship Quality, and Cognitive Health in Later Life7
Piano Training Enhances Executive Functions and Psychosocial Outcomes in Aging: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial7
Motivation and Healthy Aging: A Heuristic Model7
Active Bilingualism in Aging: Balanced Bilingualism Usage and Less Frequent Language Switching Relate to Better Conflict Monitoring and Goal Maintenance Ability7
Use of Informal Support as a Predictor of Home- and Community-Based Services Utilization7
Change in Episodic Memory With Spousal Loss: The Role of Social Relationships7
Multifaceted Demands of Work and Cognitive Functioning: Findings From the Health and Retirement Study7
Undocumented Older Latino Immigrants in the United States: Population Projections and Share of Older Undocumented Latinos by Health Insurance Coverage and Chronic Health Conditions, 2018–20387
The Role of Incarceration as a Risk Factor for Cognitive Impairment7
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