Using Subjective Well-Being Data to Monitor Changes in Health and Well-Being
Under this subcontract Drs. Kimball and Freedman will be involved in developing appropriate theory, deciding on research approaches, advising on administrative questions, designing surveys - including event-triggered modules such as health events, death of family member, job changes, change of residence, etc. - developing data analysis strategies, and writing project manuscripts and making presentations. Dr. Kimball will serve as the Consortium PI.
Funding: National Institute on Aging (subcontract: 1 R01 AG 051903 01)
Funding Period: 9/1/2016 to 5/31/2018