Minority Aging and Health Economics Research Center
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Education and Psychosocial Functioning Among Older Adults: 4-Year Change in Sense of Control and Hopelessness
In this study, researchers found a cumulative advantage of higher levels of education for psychosocial functioning in older adults.
Disentangling the Stress Process: Race Differences in the Experience of Chronic Stressors
Older blacks and US-born and foreign-born Hispanics report more chronic stress exposure than whites and are two to three times as likely to experience financial strain and housing-related stress.
Understanding the Racial/Ethnic Gap in Bank Account Ownership among Older Adults
The researchers investigate socioeconomic, cognitive, and cultural barriers underling the racial/ethnic gap in bank account ownership among older adults.
The Long-Term Benefits of Quality Early Childcare for Disadvantaged Mothers and their Children
This post discusses research on the life-cycle consequences of comprehensive early childcare programs.
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The Minority Aging Health Economics Research Center provides mentorship to scholars with research focused on the health and economic wellbeing of minority elderly populations. The Center is led by Dana Goldman and Julie Zissimopoulos.