Vicki Freedman

Using Subjective Well-Being Data to Monitor Changes in Health and Well-Being

Research Project Description
Miles Kimball, Vicki Freedman

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

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