The Gerontologist

(ISSN: 0016-9013, 1758-5341)

Table of Contents

2018 - 58 (5)

  • Rasch Analysis and Construct Validity of the Disease Burden Morbidity Assessment in Older Adults. 
  • Tracing Roots: A Weaver's Journey. 
  • Aging in Moldova: A Country With Orphan Older Adults. 
  • "Tough Times Have Become Good Times": Resilience in Older Adults With a Low Socioeconomic Position. 
  • Are Humor Styles of People With Dementia Linked to Greater Purpose in Life? 
  • Aging Parents' Disabilities and Daily Support Exchanges With Middle-Aged Children. 
  • Peer Education: Productive Engagement for Older African Americans in Recovery From Depression. 
  • Immediate and Lagged Effects of Daily Stress and Affect on Caregivers' Daily Pain Experience. 
  • Pushing the Boundaries: A Physical Activity Intervention Extends Sensor-Assessed Life-Space in Nursing Home Residents. 
  • Feeling Better at This Age? Investigating Three Explanations for Self-Rated Health Improvements Among the Oldest-Old. 
  • A Framework Illustrating Care-Seeking Among Older Adults in a Hospital Emergency Department. 
  • Trends in Informal Care for Disabled Older Americans, 1982-2012. 
  • Cognitive Training for Ethnic Minority Older Adults in the United States: A Review. 
  • The Role of Senior Housing in Hospitalizations Among Vulnerable Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Longitudinal Perspective. 
  • Life Events and Black-White Differences in Adult Children's Financial Assistance to Mothers. 
  • Laughing off the Stereotypes: Age and Aging in Seniors' Online Sex-Related Humor. 
  • Age of Migration Differentials in Life Expectancy With Cognitive Impairment: 20-Year Findings From the Hispanic-EPESE. 
  • Aging and the Ethics of Authenticity. 
  • Later-Life Disability in Environmental Context: Why Living Arrangements Matter. 
  • The Influence of the Physical Environment on Residents With Dementia in Long-Term Care Settings: A Review of the Empirical Literature. 
  • Supportive Supervision and Staff Intent to Turn Over in Long-Term Care Homes. 

Journal Information

Mission Statement: The Gerontologist, published since 1961, is a bimonthly journal (first issue in February) of The Gerontological Society of America that provides a multidisciplinary perspective on human aging through the publication of research and analysis in gerontology, including social policy, program development, and service delivery.

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