Pamela T. Mahlow

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PURPOSE To determine whether physical activity participation was specifically and positively associated with executive function in older individuals after accounting for age, education, and IQ. METHODS Participants were 120 healthy men (N = 38) and women (N = 82) aged 65-92 yr (mean = 78.9, SD = 5.8), who were free of depression and dementia (Beck(More)
Assessing impact of functional dependency on quality of life (QOL) among older adults can provide an in-depth understanding of health preferences. Utilities as a measure of preferences are necessary in conducting cost-effectiveness evaluations of healthcare interventions designed to improve overall QOL. We describe further development of a multimedia(More)
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