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Marcum to Present Research at GSA

Published on November 13, 2010 by

Lab member Chris Marcum will present findings from his dissertation at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting in New Orleans next week. His talk will focus on the effect that the interaction between health status and age has on the amount of time individuals spend alone, with family, and others. His findings show that poor health status affects the scale of social time age curves but not the shape, which suggests that health may not be as important in shaping social interaction for older people as previously thought.

 
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