Research Professor, Survey Research Center.
Research Professor, Research Center for Group Dynamics.
Dr. Smith's research deals with the potential and limits of development and change during adulthood and old age. She uses experimental and survey methodologies to investigate age-cohort differences and age-related change in cognitive functioning, self-regulation, and well-being.
Kim, Eric S., William J. Chopik, and Jacqui Smith. 2014. "Are people healthier if their partners are more optimistic? The dyadic effect of optimism on health among older adults." Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 76(6): 447-453. DOI. Abstract.
Queen, T., Robert Stawski, L. Ryan, and Jacqui Smith. 2014. "Loneliness in a Day: Activity Engagement, Time Alone, and Experienced Emotions." Psychology and Aging, 29(2): 297-305. PMCID: PMC4161136. DOI. Abstract.
Kim, E., Jacqui Smith, and L. Kubzansky. 2014. "Prospective Study of the Association Between Dispositional Optimism and Incident Heart Failure." Circulation-Heart Failure, 7(3): 394-U29. DOI. Abstract.
Kim, Eric S., Kyle D. Moored, Hannah L. Giasson, and Jacqui Smith. 2014. "Satisfaction with aging and use of preventive health services." Preventive Medicine, 69: 176-180. DOI. Abstract. Public Access.
Gerstorf, Denis, Nilam Ram, Ulaman Lindenberger, and Jacqui Smith. 2013. "Age and Time-to-Death Trajectories of Change in Indicators of Cognitive, Sensory, Physical, Health, Social, and Self-Related Functions." Developmental Psychology, 49(10): 1805-1821. DOI. Abstract.