Monday, Dec 9
Sharon Kardia: Genomics in the Health & Retirement Study
Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey (Templeton)
Religion, Spirituality, Aging, and Health (Templeton)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Professor, Institute of Gerontology.
Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education.
Ph.D., Akron University-Kent State University
Dr. Krause's work focuses on stress and the resources people use to cope with it. In particular, he is interested in stress and health among the elderly, and religion and health in late life.
Schaie, K. Warner, Neal Krause, and Alan Booth. 2004. Religious Influences on Health and Well-Being in the Elderly. New York: Springer Pub. Co.
Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause. Forthcoming. "Voluntary leadership roles in religious groups and rates of change in functional status during older adulthood." Journal of Behavioral Medicine. NIHMSID: NIHMS470595. DOI. Abstract.
Krause, Neal, and R. David Hayward. Forthcoming. "Church-Based Social Support, Functional Disability, and Change in Personal Control over Time." Journal of Religion & Health. NIHMSID: NIHMS463921. DOI.
Krause, Neal, and R. David Hayward. 2013. "Church-Based Social Support and a Sense of Belonging in a Congregation Among Older Mexican-Americans." Review of Religious Research, 55(2): 251-273. PMCID: PMC3115546. DOI. Abstract.
Krause, Neal, and R. David Hayward. 2013. "Assessing Gender Differences in the Relationship Between Negative Interaction With the Clergy and Health Among Older Mexican Americans." Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 35(2): 213-226. DOI. Abstract.
Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause. 2013. "Patterns of Change in Prayer Activity, Expectancies, and Contents During Older Adulthood." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 52(1): 17-34. DOI. Abstract.
Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause. 2013. "Trajectories of change in dimensions of forgiveness among older adults and their association with religious commitment." Mental Health, Religion and Culture,, 16(6): 643-659. DOI. Abstract.