Victor W. Marshall

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The Canadian Study of Health and Aging (CHSA) provided an opportunity to examine the positive aspects of aging. CHSA-2 included the 18-item Ryff multidimensional measure of well-being, which taps six core theoretical dimensions of positive psychological functioning. The measure was administered to 4,960 seniors without severe cognitive impairment or(More)
BACKGROUND The Prevention Research Centers Healthy Aging Research Network (PRC-HAN), funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) Healthy Aging program, was created in 2001 to help develop partnerships and create a research agenda that promotes healthy aging. The nine universities that participate in the network use their expertise in(More)
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Michelle Cerulli: A Time to Care: Two Caregivers' Experiences with Alzheimer's Disease (Under the direction of Leroy Towns, Jan Yopp and Victor Marshall) As the oldest baby boomers turn 65 this year, Alzheimer's is becoming a reality for a growing number of people. Between 3 and 5.4 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer's, and family caregivers provide(More)
Despite the interest paid to the relationship between job satisfaction and life satisfaction (JSLS) there is no firm consensus on the nature of the relationship. In this paper I analyze a sample of 652 men and 552 women who took the MIDUS survey at two time points (1995-6 and 2004-5) using structural equation modeling. The results indicate a significant(More)