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Featured Publications  Chen, Y. ... , 2018, Leisure-time physical activity, subjective age, and self-rated memory in middle-aged and older adults., Int J Aging Hum Dev

 Rector, J. ... , 2019, Relative sensitivity of cortisol indices to psychosocial and physical health factors., PLoS ONE

 Bayraktaroglu, D., ... , 2018, A daily diary investigation of the link between television watching and positive affect., J Happiness Stud

 Glei, D. ... , 2019, Physical function in U.S. Older adults compared with other populations: A multinational study. , J Aging Health

 Pereira, S. ... , 2019, Understanding associations of early-life adversities with mid-life inflammatory profiles: Evidence from the UK and USA. , Brain Behav Immun

 Hung, M., ... , 2019, Assessing spousal support and health in an aging population: Support and strain amidst changing social dynamics. , Soc Work Health Care

 Kelley, N. ... , 2019, Resting frontal EEG asymmetry and emotion regulation in older adults: The midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study. , Psychol Aging

 Schuch, F. ... , 2019, Physical activity protects from incident anxiety: A meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies., Depress Anxiety

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