Elizabeth J. Mutran mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Self-esteem, Gerontology, Social psychology and Clinical psychology. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Mental health in her research. Self-esteem is intertwined with Turnover, Retirement planning, Sex factors, Demographic economics and Social background in her study.
Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health equity, Interpersonal relationship and Health promotion. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Identity, Social support and Interpersonal ties, intersects with other areas such as CLARITY and Social work. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal communication, Depression and Rating scale.
Her primary areas of study are Gerontology, Social psychology, Family medicine, Self-esteem and Identity. Her research integrates issues of Health equity, Social support and Socioeconomic status in her study of Gerontology. Her Social psychology research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology and Racial group.
When carried out as part of a general Developmental psychology research project, her work on Grandparent is frequently linked to work in Test validity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. In her work, Health services research and Patient satisfaction is strongly intertwined with Long-term care, which is a subfield of Family medicine. The Self-esteem study combines topics in areas such as Activity theory and Interpersonal interaction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gerontology, Social psychology, Identity, Social support and Social background. The various areas that Elizabeth J. Mutran examines in her Gerontology study include Socioeconomic status and Marital status. In the field of Social psychology, her study on Self-esteem overlaps with subjects such as Functional health.
In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Identity and Order. Her Social support study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Race. She has included themes like Self-concept, Friendship and Physical health in her Health education study.
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The transition to retirement: stages and factors that influence retirement adjustment.
Donald C. Reitzes;Elizabeth J. Mutran.
International Journal of Aging & Human Development (2004)
Intergenerational Support Activities and Well-Being among the Elderly: A Convergence of Exchange and Symbolic Interaction Perspectives.
Elizabeth Mutran;Donald C. Reitzes.
American Sociological Review (1984)
Intergenerational Family Support Among Blacks and Whites: Response to Culture or to Socioeconomic Differences
Journal of Gerontology (1985)
Ethnic Minority Older Adults Participating in Clinical Research Developing Trust
Gina Moreno-John;Anthony Gachie;Candace M. Fleming;Anna NÁpoles-Springer.
Journal of Aging and Health (2004)
Does Retirement Hurt Weil-Being? Factors Influencing Self-Esteem and Depression Among Retires and Workers
Donald C. Reitzes;Elizabeth J. Mutran;Maria E. Fernandez.
Friendship and Social Support: The Importance of Role Identity to Aging Adults
Darcy Clay Siebert;Elizabeth J. Mutran;Donald C. Reitzes.
Social Work (1999)
Multiple Roles and Identities: Factors Influencing Self-Esteem among Middle-Aged Working Men and Women*
Donald C. Reitzes;Elizabeth J. Mutran.
Social Psychology Quarterly (1994)
Factors that Influence Attitudes Toward Retirement
Elizabeth J. Mutran;Donald C. Reitzes;Maria E. Fernandez.
Research on Aging (1997)
Medical need and use of services among older men and women.
Elizabeth Mutran;Kenneth F. Ferraro.
Journal of Gerontology (1988)
Measurement adequacy of the CES-D among a sample of older African-Americans.
Kristie Long Foley;Peter S Reed;Elizabeth J Mutran;Robert F DeVellis.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (2002)
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