Process of Self Care: Comparison of African Americans and White
Howard Degenholtz collaborated with colleagues in the Graduate School of Public Health to study self-care behaviors among elderly with heart disease or arthritis under a grant from the National Institutes of Aging.

Return of Amyloid Imaging Research Results in MCI
With support from the National Institute on Aging, Jennifer Lingler (with Lisa Parker and other colleagues) examined the level of understanding and psychosocial impact of learning amyloid imaging results among patients with mild cognitive impairment and their care partners.

Testing Survey Methods for Collecting Data on Elder Mistreatment Prevalence
Funded by the National Institute of Aging (S. Beach, PI), Howard Degenholtz helped to develop and test new methodology to estimate the prevalence of elder mistreatment.