Aging, health behaviors, and health outcomes

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Schaie, K. Warner, Dan G. Blazer, and James S. House. 1992. Aging, health behaviors, and health outcomes. Hillsdale, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Aging, health behaviors, and health outcomes : goals of the conference / Dan Blazer -- Social stratification, age, and health / James S. House ... [et al] -- Social stratification and aging : contemporaneous and cumulative effects / Ronald P. Abeles -- Socioeconomic status, health behaviors, and health status among Blacks / Sherman A. James, Nora L. Keenan, Steve Browning -- Social structure and the health behaviors of Blacks / David R. Williams -- Discussion of socioeconomic status, health behaviors, and health status among Blacks / George L. Maddox -- Health and aging in the Alameda County study / George A. Kaplan -- Aging and the public health : reflections on Kaplan's report of health and aging in the Alameda County study / Ilene C. Siegler -- The laudables and limits of large epidemiologic studies of mortality / Dan Blazer -- Living arrangements and problems with daily tasks for older women with breast cancer / William A. Satariano and Nawal E. Ragheb -- The content and context of effective spousal support / Sheldon Cohen -- Reducing disability in research / Adrian M. Ostfeld -- Social factors and the onset and outcome of depression / Linda K. George -- Cohort experiences, support versatility, depressive traits, and theory / Stanley A. Murrell -- Statistical and causal interaction in the diagnosis and outcome of depression / Carmi Schooler -- Aging, health behaviors, and health outcomes : some concluding comments / James S. House.

ISBN: 0805807802; 9780805807806; National Library: 9111058 LCCN: 91-30972

http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0742/91030972-d.html

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