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Choi, HwaJung, Sarah Burgard, Irma T. Elo, and Michele Heisler. 2015. "Are older adults living in more equal counties healthier than older adults living in more unequal counties? A propensity score matching approach." Social Science & Medicine, 141(Sept 2015): 82-90. DOI. Abstract. Public Access.

Cole, Steven W., Morgan E. Levine, Jesusa MG Arevalo, Jeffrey Ma, David Weir, and Eileen M. Crimmins. 2015. "Loneliness, eudaimonia, and the human conserved transcriptional response to adversity." Psychoneuroendocrinology, 62: 11-17. DOI. Abstract.

Levine, M.E., S.W. Cole, David Weir, and E.M. Crimmins. 2015. "Childhood and later life stressors and increased inflammatory gene expression at older ages." Social Science & Medicine, 130: 16-22. PMCID: PMC4394113. DOI. Abstract.

Kim, Hyunjee, and Edward Norton. Online Access 2015. "Effects of the Ten Percent Cap in Medicare Home Health Care on Treatment Intensity and Patient Discharge Status." Health Services Research, . DOI. Abstract.

Teerawichitchainan, B., and John E. Knodel. Forthcoming. "Economic Status and Old-Age Health in Poverty-Stricken Myanmar." Journal of Aging and Health. DOI. Abstract.

Krause, Neal, R. Emmons, and G. Ironson. 2015. "Benevolent Images of God, Gratitude, and Physical Health Status." Journal of Religion and Health, 54(4): 1503-1519. DOI. Abstract.

Krause, Neal. 2015. "Assessing the Religious Roots of Volunteer Work in Middle and Late Life." Research on Aging, 37(5): 439-463. DOI. Abstract.

Hayward, D., and Neal Krause. Forthcoming. "Classes of Individual Growth Trajectories of Religious Coping in Older Adulthood Patterns and Predictors." Research on Aging. DOI. Abstract.

Krause, Neal. 2015. "Trust in God and psychological distress: exploring variations by religious affiliation." Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 18(4): 235-245. DOI. Abstract.

Krause, Neal. 2015. "Assessing the relationships among race, religion, humility, and self-forgiveness: A longitudinal investigation." Advances in Life Course Research, 24: 66-74. DOI. Abstract.

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