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His biological study deals with issues like Gerontology, which deal with fields such as Residential care, Older people, Aged care and Aging in place. Residential care and Nursing are frequently intertwined in his study. His research on Nursing frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Aged care. His Older people study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Gerontology. His work in Certainty covers topics such as Epistemology which are related to areas like Judgement. Bob G. Knight integrates many fields, such as Judgement and Epistemology, in his works. His research on Cognition is centered around Cognitive impairment, Depressive symptoms and Rumination. Many of his studies on Depressive symptoms involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Cognition. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Psychiatry and Mental health through his research.
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Handbook of the Psychology of Aging
K. Warner Schaie;Sherry L. Willis;Bob G. Knight;Becca Levy.
The Influence of Ethnicity and Culture on the Caregiver Stress and Coping Process: A Sociocultural Review and Analysis
María P. Aranda;Bob G. Knight.
Psychotherapy with Older Adults
Bob G. Knight.
A Meta-analytic Review of Interventions for Caregiver Distress: Recommendations for Future Research
Bob G. Knight;Steven M. Lutzky;Felice Macofsky-Urban.
Cultural Values and Caregiving: The Updated Sociocultural Stress and Coping Model
Bob G. Knight;Philip Sayegh.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2010)
Effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention in promoting the well-being of independently living older people: results of the Well Elderly 2 Randomised Controlled Trial
Florence Clark;Jeanne Jackson;Mike Carlson;Chih Ping Chou.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2012)
A Sociocultural Stress and Coping Model for Mental Health Outcomes Among African American Caregivers in Southern California
Bob G. Knight;Merril Silverstein;T. J. McCallum;Lauren S. Fox.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2000)
Explaining gender differences in caregiver distress: the roles of emotional attentiveness and coping styles.
Steven M. Lutzky;Bob G. Knight.
Psychology and Aging (1994)
Differences in familism values and caregiving outcomes among Korean, Korean American, and White American dementia caregivers.
Gahyun Youn;Bob G. Knight;Hyun-Suk Jeong;Donna Benton.
Psychology and Aging (1999)
Cross cultural issues in caregiving for persons with dementia: Do familism values reduce burden and distress?
Bob G. Knight;Gia S. Robinson;Crystal V. Flynn Longmire;Miae Chun.
Ageing International (2002)
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