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Ethnic-Speficif Geriatri Care in the United States

This Ethnogeriatrics Bibliography is part of the Stanford University’s Internet based Successful Aging (iSAGE) project that is funded by NIH grant.

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C. Tiernan, Lysack, C., Neufeld, S., and Lichtenberg, P. A., Community engagement: an essential component of well-being in older African-American adults, Int J Aging Hum DevInt J Aging Hum DevInt J Aging Hum Dev, vol. 77, pp. 233-57, 2013.
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J. P. Lewis, The importance of optimism in maintaining healthy aging in rural Alaska, Qual Health ResQual Health Res, vol. 23, pp. 1521-7, 2013.
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S. E. Hopkins, Kwachka, P., Lardon, C., and Mohatt, G. V., Keeping busy: a Yup'ik/Cup'ik perspective on health and aging, Int J Circumpolar HealthInt J Circumpolar Health, vol. 66, pp. 42-50, 2007.
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J. Wilbur, Marquez, D. X., Fogg, L., Wilson, R. S., Staffileno, B. A., Hoyem, R. L., Morris, M. C., Bustamante, E. E., and Manning, A. F., The relationship between physical activity and cognition in older Latinos, J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc SciJ Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci, vol. 67, pp. 525-34, 2012.
N. Krause and Bastida, E., Religion, suffering, and self-rated health among older Mexican Americans, J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc SciJ Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci, vol. 66, pp. 207-16, 2011.