Department of Sociology Recent Faculty Publications

Ackerman, Edwin. 2019. “Neoliberalism and Corruption in Mexico: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing.” NACLA Report on the Americas, 51:2.


Ackerman, Edwin. 2019. "Alt-Right: El surgimiento y desarrollo de la 'Derecha Alternativa' en E.E.U.U" (“The Alt-right: The Emergence and Development of the Alternative Right in the U.S.”) La Diplomacia Consular en los tiempos de Trump, Publisher: Colegio de la Frontera Norte: Mexico.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Anna Zajacova, Mark D. Hayward, Steven H. Woolf, Derek Chapman, &  Jason Beckfield. 2019. “Educational Disparities in Adult Mortality across U.S. States: How Do They Differ and Have They Changed Since the Mid-1980s?” Demography 56(2):621-644.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Mark D. Hayward, and Anna Zajacova. 2019. “Educational Disparities in U.S. Adult Health: U.S. States as Institutional Actors on the Association.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 5:1-14. NIHMSID: 1012741.


Landes, Scott. 2019. ‘Mortality risk among adults with cerebral palsy: alarming findings and lingering questions’ in Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology



Landes, Scott D. and Nikita Lillaney. 2019. "Trend Change in the Intellectual Disability Nursing Home Census from 1977 to 2004." American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 124(5):427-37. doi: 10.1352/1944-7558-124.5.427.

Landes, Scott D. and Richard A. Settersten, Jr. 2019. "The inseparability of agency and linked lives." Advances in Life Course Research. Online First. doi: 10.1016/j.alcr.2019.100306.


Landes, Scott D. and Suzie S. Weng. 2019. "Racial-Ethnic Difference in Intent to Leave among Home Health Aides." Journal of Applied Gerontology. Online First. doi:10.1177/0733464819827806.


London, Andrew S. and Scott D. Landes. 2019. “Intra-Cohort Change in the Prevalence of ADHD in U.S. Adults: Evidence of a Gendered Period Effect.” Journal of Attention Disorders. Online First. doi:10.1177/1087054719855689.


Cheryl Elman, Robert A. McGuire, and Andrew S. London. 2019. “Disease, Plantation Development, and Race-Related Differences in Fertility in the Early Twentieth-Century American South.” American Journal of Sociology 124(5): 1327-1371.


Wilmoth, Janet M., Scott D. Landes and Andrew S. London. 2019. "The Health of Male Veterans in Later Life." Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics 39(1):23-48. doi:10.1891/0198-8794.39.23.


Landes, Scott D., J. Dalton Stevens, and Margaret A. Turk. 2019. “Heterogeneity in Age at Death for Adults with Developmental Disability.” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. doi:10.1111/jir.12672.


Landes, Scott D., J. Dalton Stevens, and Margaret A. Turk. 2019. “The Obscuring Effect of Coding Developmental Disability as the Underlying Cause of Death on Mortality Trends for Adults with Developmental Disability: A Cross-Sectional Study Utilizing U.S. Mortality Data from 2012 to 2016.” BMJ Open.


Monnat, Shannon M. 2019. “The Contributions of Socioeconomic and Opioid Supply Factors to U.S. Drug Mortality Rates: Urban-Rural and Within-Rural Differences.” Journal of Rural Studies


McLean, Katherine, Shannon M. Monnat, Khary K. Rigg, Glenn Sterner, and Ashton Verdery. 2019. “You Never Know What You’re Getting’: Opioid Users’ Perceptions of Fentanyl in Southwest Pennsylvania.” Substance Use and Misuse.


Monnat, Shannon, David J. Peters, Mark Berg, and Andrew Hochstetler. 2019. “Using Census Data to Understand County-Level Differences in Overall Drug Mortality and Opioid-Related Mortality by Opioid Type” in the American Journal of Public Health. 109:1084-1091.


Monnat, Shannon. 2019. “The Contributions of Socioeconomic and Opioid Supply Factors to U.S. Drug Mortality Rates: Urban-Rural and Within-Rural Differences.” Journal of Rural Studies 68:319-335.


Purser, Gretchen. 2019. “Day Labor Agencies, Back Door Hires, and the Spread of Unfree Labor.” Anthropology of Work Review. 40(1): 5-14.


Silverstein, Merril and Jinpu Wang 2019. ‘Intergenerational Religious Participation in Adolescence and Provision of Assistance to Older Mothers” by Merril Silverstein, Dongmei Zuo, Jinpu Wang, and Vern L. Bengtson. Journal of Marriage and Family

    

Ackerman, Edwin. 2018. “El PRI y la sociedad civil” in Revistas Nexos.


Ackerman, Edwin. 2018. “A Potential Breakthrough in Mexico” in Jacobin.


Green, Cecilia. 2018. “Harvesting rain could help Caribbean countries keep the water on after hurricanes,” co-authored with graduate student expert, Farah Nibbs in The Conversation (online public scholarship journal).


Harrington Meyer, Madonna, Herd, Pamela, Melissa Favreault, and Timothy M. Smeeding. 2018. "A Targeted Minimum Benefit Plan: A New Proposal to Reduce Poverty Among Older Social Security Recipients." RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 4, no. 2: 74-90.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Wencheng Zhang, Anna Zajacova, and Tod G. Hamilton. 2018. “Does College Major Matter for Women’s and Men’s Health in Midlife? Examining the Horizontal Dimensions of Educational Attainment.” Social Science & Medicine 198:130-138.


Anna Zajacova and Jennifer Karas Montez. 2018. “Explaining the Increasing Disability Prevalence among Midlife U.S. Adults, 2002-2016.” Social Science & Medicine 211:1-8. PMCID: PMC6067976.


Connor Sheehan, Jennifer Karas Montez, and Isaac Sasson. 2018. “Does the Functional Form of the Association Between Education and Mortality Differ by U.S. Region?” Biodemography and Social Biology 64(1):63-81. PMCID: PMC5994609.


Kurien, Prema. 2018. “Shifting U.S. Racial and Ethnic Identities and Sikh American Activism.” Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences Vol 4, (5) 81-98. Special issue on Immigrants and Changing Identities.

 

Kurien, Prema. 2018. “Shifting U.S. Racial and Ethnic Identities and Sikh American Activism.” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences Vol 4, (5) 81-98. Special issue on Immigrants and Changing Identities.


Kurien, Prema. 2018. “South Asian Migration, Settlement, and Socio-political Incorporation on the North American West Coast.” AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community, Vol 15 (1-2) 85-107. Special Issue, Asians in the Anglo-Sphere.


Kurien, Prema. 2018. “The ‘Browning’ of Megachurches and its Impact on Immigrant Congregations.” Religion and Politics. Invited Publication.


Kurien, Prema. 2018. “Ethnic Christianities: Seven Questions for Prema Kurien.” Sacred Matters: Religious Currents in Culture. Invited Publication.


Landes, Scott D. and Andrew S. London. 2018. "Self-Reported ADHD and Adult Health in the United States." Journal of Attention Disorders. Online First. doi:10.1177/1087054718757648.


Landes, Scott D., Andrew S. London and Janet M. Wilmoth. 2018. "Mortality among Veterans and Non-Veterans: Does Type of Health Care Coverage Matter?" Population Research and Policy Review 37(4):517-37. doi: 10.1007/s11113-018-9468-2.


Landes, Scott D., Monika Ardelt and Ann T. Landes. 2018. "Exploring the Veteran Mortality Differential: The Influence of War Era and Smoking Behavior." Pp. 187-206 in Long-Term Outcomes of Military Service: The Health and WellBeing of Aging Veterans, edited by A. Spiro, R. A. Settersten and C. M. Aldwin. Washington, DC: APA.


Landes, Scott, Wilmoth, Janet M., Andrew S. London and Alair MacLean. 2018. "Recommendations for Defining Periods of Military Service and Corresponding Age- 18 Cohorts." Pp. Appendix A in Long-Term Outcomes of Military Service. Washington, DC: APA.


Lutz, Amy and Ma, Yingyi. 2018. “Jumping on the STEM Train: Differences in High School Math and STEM College Degree Attainment between Children of Immigrants and Natives in the United States” Research in the Sociology of Education 20: 129-154.


Rigg, Khary K., Shannon M. Monnat, and Melody N. Chavez. 2018. “Opioid-Related Mortality in Rural America: Geographic Heterogeneity and Intervention Strategies.” International Journal of Drug Policy 57:119- 129.


Monnat, Shannon M. 2018. “Factors Associated with County-Level Differences in U.S. Drug-Related Mortality Rates.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 54(5):611-619. (Lead article).


Purser, Gretchen and Hennigan, Brian. 2018. “Jobless and Godless: Religious Neoliberalism and the Project of Evangelizing Employability.” Ethnography 19(1): 84-104.


Purser, Gretchen, Daniela Aiello, Lisa Bates, Terra Graziani, Christopher Herring, Manissa      Maharawal, Erin McElroy, Pamela Phan. 2018. “Eviction Lab Misses the Mark.” Shelterforce (Aug 22).


Schewe, Rebecca and Brock, C. 2018. “Stewarding Dairy Herd Health and Antibiotic Use on U.S. Amish and Plain Mennonite Farms.” Journal of Rural Studies, 58: 1-11.


Schewe, Rebecca and Dutton, Cassie. 2018. “NOAA Fishery Observers and Vietnamese American Fishers in the Southeastern US.” Marine Policy, 96: 145-151.


Moore-Foster, R., Norby, B., Schewe, Rebecca, Thomson, R., Bartlett, P., Erskine, R. 2018. "Herd-level variables associated with delayed milk ejection in Michigan dairy herds." Journal of Dairy Science, 102(1): 696-705.


Silverstein, Merril. 2018. “Grandparenting: Influences on the Dynamics of Family Relationships. How grandparents influence the religiosity of their grandchildren: A mixed methods study of three generation families in the United States”. In V. Timonen Grandparenting Practices Around the World. Bristol UK: Policy Press.


Min, J., Silverstein, Merril, & Gruenewald, T. L. 2018. Intergenerational similarity of religiosity over the family life course. Research on Aging, 40(6), 580-596.


Silverstein, Merril, & Bengtson, V. L. 2018. Return to religion? Predictors of religious change among baby-boomers in their transition to later life. Journal of Population Ageing, 11(1), 7-21.


Silverstein, Merril, London, Andrew, & Wilmoth, Janet.  2018. Values of nationalism-patriotism in World War II veterans and their Baby-boom children. In Long-term outcomes of military service: Perspectives on health and wellbeing. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.


Green, Cecilia. 2017. “A Historical and Comparative Survey of the Chinese Presence in the Latin American and Caribbean Region, with a focus on the Anglophone Caribbean.” Journal of Chinese Overseas, 13:2: 205-242.


Green, Cecilia and Yan Liu 2017. “A ‘Transnational Middleman Minority’ in the Eastern Caribbean? Constructing a Historical and Contemporary Framework of Analysis.” Social and Economic Studies 66:3/4 (2017): 1-31.


Harrington Meyer, Madonna, and Mary Pagan. 2017. “Social Security.” Pp 2090-2091 in The Sage Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development, Marc H. Bornstein, editor. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc.


Harrington Meyer, Madonna and Amra Kandic. 2017. “Grandparenting in the US,” in Innovation in Aging. 1(2):1-10. September, igx023.


Karas Montez, Jennifer. 2017. “Deregulation, Devolution, and State Preemption Laws’ Impact on U.S. Mortality Trends.” American Journal of Public Health 107(11):1749-1750.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Anna Zajacova, and Mark D. Hayward. 2017. “Disparities in Disability by Educational Attainment across U.S. States.” American Journal of Public Health 107(7):1101-1108.


Karas Montez, Jennifer. Mark D. Hayward, and Douglas. A Wolf. 2017. “Do U.S. States’ Socioeconomic and Policy Contexts Shape Adult Disability?” Social Science & Medicine 178:115-126.


Anna Zajacova and Jennifer Karas Montez. 2017. “Physical Functioning Trends among US Women and Men Age 45-64 by Education Level.” Biodemography and Social Biology 63(1):21-30.


Kurien, Prema. 2017. “Majority versus Minority Religious Status and Diasporic Nationalism:  Indian American Advocacy Organizations.” Nations and Nationalism, Vol 23 (1) 109-128.

 

Anna Zajacova and Jennifer Karas Montez. 2017. “The Health Penalty of the GED: Testing the Role of Noncognitive Skills, Health Behaviors, and Economic Factors.” Social Science Quarterly 98(1):1-15.


Landes, Scott D. 2017. "The Association between Education and Mortality for Adults with Intellectual Disability." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 58(1):70-85.


Landes, Scott D. 2017. "The Intellectual Disability Mortality Disadvantage: Diminishing with Age?" American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 122(2):192-207.


Landes, Scott D., JeffriAnne Wilder and Desiree Williams*. 2017. "The Effect of Race and Birth Cohort on the Veteran Mortality Differential." Social Science & Medicine 179:36-44.


Weng, Suzie S. and Scott D. Landes. 2017. "Culture and Language Discordance in the Workplace: Evidence from the National Home Health Aide Survey." The Gerontologist 57(5):900-909.doi:10.1093/geront/gnw110.


Brinbaum, Yaël and Amy Lutz. 2017. “Examining Educational Inequalities in Two National Systems: A Comparison of the North African Second Generation in France and the Mexican Second Generation in the United States” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43(15): 2591-2615.


Lutz, Amy. 2017. “Immigrants Have Always Belonged in the U.S. Military”  The Huffington Post


Ma, Yingyi. 2017. Paradigm Shift: Learning is a Two-Way Street between American Universities and Asian International Students” in Learning and Living Globalization: Understanding International Students from Asia in American Universities. Editors Springer.


Ma, Yingyi and Martha A. Garcia-Murrilo. 2017. “Concluding thoughts” in Learning and Living Globalization: Understanding International Students from Asia in American Universities. Springer.


Ma, Yingyi and Amy Lutz. 2017. “Jumping on the STEM Train: Differences in High School Math and STEM College Degree Attainment between Children of Immigrants and Natives in the United States.” at Research in Sociology of Education.


Monnat, Shannon M. and David L. Brown. 2017.  “More than a Rural Revolt: Landscapes of Despair  and the 2016 Election.” Journal of Rural Studies 55C:227-236.


George, Daniel R., Shannon M. Monnat, Rachel Levine, Barbara Blatt, and Jed Gonzalo. 2017. “Teaching to the Opioid Epidemic: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” Medical Teacher 39(6):672-673.


Monnat, Shannon M. 2017. “The New Destination Disadvantage: Disparities in Hispanic Health Insurance Coverage Rates in Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan New and Established Destinations.” Rural Sociology 82(1):3-43.


Monnat, Shannon M., Monica A.F. Lounsbery, Thomas L. McKenzie, and Raeven Faye Chandler*. 2017. “Associations between Demographic Characteristics and Physical Activity Practices in Nevada Schools.” Preventive Medicine 95(Supp):S4-S9.


Purser, Gretchen and Brian Hennigan. 2017. “Work as Unto the Lord: Enhancing Employability in an Evangelical Job Readiness Program.” Qualitative Sociology 40(1): 111-133.


Carly Fox, Rebecca Fuentes, Fabiola Ortiz Valdez, Gretchen Purser, and Kathleen Sexsmith. 2017. “Milked: Immigrant Dairy Farmworkers in Upstate New York.” A report prepared for the Workers’ Center of Central New York and the Worker Justice Center of New York. (https://milkedny.org/)


Purser, Gretchen. 2017. “Religious Neoliberalism: Evangelizing Employability in a Faith-Based Job-Readiness Program. Work in Progress: Sociology on the Economy, Work and Inequality.


Schewe, Rebecca and White, Bernadette. 2017. “Who Works Here? Contingent labor, nonfamily labor, and immigrant labor on U.S. dairy farms." Social Currents: 4(5): 429-447.


Schewe, Rebecca and Stuart, D. 2017. "Why don’t they just change? Contract farming, informational influence, and barriers to agricultural climate change mitigation." Rural Sociology, 82(2): 226–262.


Kayitsinga, J., Schewe, Rebecca, Contreras, G., and Erskine, R. 2017."Antimicrobial treatment of clinical mastitis in the Eastern United States: The influence of dairy farmers’ mastitis management and treatment behavior and attitudes." Journal of Dairy Science, 100(2): 1388-1407.


Schewe, Rebecca. 2017. “Making a Life and a Career With a (Mostly) Invisible Disability.” Pp. 189-192 in Reflections on Academic Lives: Identities, Struggles, and Triumphs in Graduate School and Beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.


Merril Silverstein, Andrew S. London, and Janet M. Wilmoth. 2017. “Nationalism and Patriotism     among World War II Veterans and their Baby-Boom Children.” Pp. 107-122 in Long-term outcomes of military service: The health and wellbeing of aging veterans. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.


Janet M. Wilmoth and Merril Silverstein. 2017. “Social Support and Service Provision to Older Adults: An Introduction and Overview.” Pp. 1-7 in Later-Life Social Support and Service Provision in Diverse and Vulnerable Populations: Understanding Networks of Care. New York: Routledge.


Janet M. Wilmoth, Scott D. Landes, Andrew S. London, and Alair MacLean. 2017. “Appendix: Recommendations for Defining Periods of Military Service and Corresponding Age-18 Cohorts” in Long-term outcomes of military service: The health and wellbeing of aging veterans. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.


Janet M. Wilmoth, Andrew S. London, and William J. Oliver. 2017. “Military Service Experiences  and Men’s Later-Life Self-Rated Health Trajectories” Pp. 125-147 in Spiro, A. III, Settersten, R. A., Jr., & Aldwin, C. M. (Eds.) Long-term outcomes of military service: The health and wellbeing of aging veterans. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.


Janet M. Wilmoth and Andrew S. London. 2017. “Characteristics of Veterans and Non-Veterans within Twentieth-Century Cohorts in the United States” Pp. 11-36 in The Civilian Lives of U.S. Veterans: Volume 1. Denver, CO.: Praeger Publishing.


Harrington Meyer, Madonna. 2016. “Introduction to Volume I: Social and Life Course Issues,” and “Introduction to Volume II:  Health and Well-Being,” in Gerontology: Changes, Challenges, and Solutions. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishing.


Harrington Meyer, Madonna. 2016. “Grandmothers’ Financial Contributions and the Impact on Grandmothers,” Pp. 41-60 in Grandparenting in the US, Madonna Amityville, NY: Baywood Press.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Anna Zajacova, and Mark D. Hayward. 2016. “Explaining Inequalities in Women’s Mortality between U.S. States.” SSM - Population Health 2:561-571.​ *covered in the New York Times “New clues in the mystery of women’s lagging life expectancy”.


Karas Montez, Jennifer and Kaitlyn Barnes. 2016. “The Benefits of Educational Attainment for U.S. Adult Mortality: Are they Contingent on the Broader Environment?” Population Research and Policy Review 35(1):73-100.


Karen A. Matthews, Yuefang Chang, Joyce T. Bromberger, Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, Howard M. Kravitz, Rebecca C. Thurston, and Jennifer Karas Montez. 2016. “Childhood Socioeconomic Circumstances, Inflammation, and Hemostasis among Midlife Women: Study of Women's Health across the Nation.” Psychosomatic Medicine 78(3):311-318.


Karas Montez, Jennifer. Joyce Bromberger, Karen Matthews, Sioban Harlow, and Howard Kravitz. 2016. “Life Course Socioeconomic Status and Metabolic Syndrome among Midlife Women.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 71(6):1097-1107.


Karas Montez, Jennifer and Kaitlyn Barnes. 2016. “The Benefits of Educational Attainment for U.S. Adult Mortality: Are they Contingent on the Broader Environment?” Population Research and Policy Review 35(1):73-100.


Karas Montez, Jennifer, Isaac Sasson, and Mark D. Hayward. 2016. “Declining US Life Expectancy, 1990-2010.” Health Affairs 35(3):550.


Kurien, Prema. 2016. “Sociology in America or a Sociology of America?: Navigating the American Academy as an ‘International” Scholar.’” Invited article, International Sociological Association E-Symposium, Dec. 2016. 

  

Kurien, Prema. 2016. “Race, Religion, and the Political Incorporation of Indian Americans.” Journal of Religious and Political Practice. Vol 2 (3), 273-295.


Kurien, Prema. 2016. “Contemporary Ethno-Religious Groups and Political Activism in the United States.” Pp. 428-441 in Politics and Religion in America. Wiley-Blackwell (Companion Series).


London, Andrew S. and Scott D. Landes. 2016. "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Adult Mortality." Preventive Medicine 90:8-10. 


Leonard M. Lopoo and Andrew S. London. 2016. “Household Crowding During Childhood and Long-Term Education Outcomes.” Demography 53(3): 699-721.


Andrew S. London. 2016. “Veterans and the Life Course.”  Pp. 191-219 in Gerontology: Changes, Challenges, and Solutions.Volume 1: Social and Life Course Issues. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.


Lutz, Amy. 2016. “Biliteracy and the Educational Achievement of Latino High School Students” International Journal of Education and Social Sciences 3(2): 75-88.


Ma, Yingyi and Lifang Wang. 2016. “Fairness in Admission: Voices from Rural Female Students in Chinese Universities.” Frontiers of Education in China Vol 11 (1): 44-73.


Purser, Gretchen. 2016. “The Circle of Dispossession: Evicting the Urban Poor in Baltimore.” Critical Sociology 42(3): 393-415.


Stuart, D. and Schewe, Rebecca. 2016. “Constrained Choice and Climate Change Mitigation in US Agriculture: Structural Barriers to a Climate Change Ethic.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 29(3):369-385.


Kayitsinga, J., Schewe, Rebecca, Contreras, G., and Erskine, R. 2016."Antimicrobial treatment of clinical mastitis in the Eastern United States: The influence of dairy farmers’ mastitis management and treatment behavior and attitudes." Journal of Dairy Science: 100:1-20.


Schewe, Rebecca and Stuart, D. 2016. "Why don’t they just change? Contract farming, informational influence, and barriers to agricultural climate change mitigation." Rural Sociology, DOI: 10.1111/ruso.12122.


Stuart, D. and Schewe, Rebecca. 2016. “Constrained choice and climate change mitigation in US agriculture: structural barriers to a climate change ethic.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 29(3):369-385.


Stokes, E. and Schewe, Rebecca. 2016. “Framing from the pulpit: a content analysis of American conservative evangelical Protestant sermon rhetoric discussing LGBT couples and marriage.” Journal of Communication and Religion, 39(3): 59-75.


Guo, M., Chi, I., & Silverstein, Merril. 2016. Trajectories and determinants of elder care in rural China during an 8-year period: Why having sons makes a difference. Research on Aging, 38(5), 531-553.


Silverstein, Merril, London, A., & Wilmoth, J. 2016. Values of nationalism-patriotism in World War II veterans and their Baby-boom children in Long-term outcomes of military service: Perspectives on health and wellbeing. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press. 


Wilmoth, Janet M. 2016. “Demographic Perspectives on Global Population Aging.” Pp. 1-24 in Gerontology: Changes, Challenges, and Solutions, Volume 1: Social and Life Course Issues. New York: Praeger.


Wilmoth, Janet M. and London, Andrew S. 2016. “The Influence of Military Service on Aging.” Pp.  227-250 in Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences (8th Edition). Boston: Elsevier.


Wilmoth, Janet M, London, Andrew S. and Oliver, William. 2016. “Military Service Experiences and Men’s Later-Life Self-Rated Health Trajectories.” in Long-Term Outcomes of Military Service: Perspectives on Health and Well-Being.  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.


Wilmoth, Janet M and London, Andrew S. 2016. “The Influence of Military Service on Aging.”  Pp. 227-250 in Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences. Waltham, MA: Elsevier.