2018 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Linda J. Waite mainly focuses on Socioeconomic status, Developed country, Gerontology, Developmental psychology and Demography. Her research integrates issues of Economic growth, Attendance and National Longitudinal Surveys, Labour economics in her study of Socioeconomic status. She has researched Developed country in several fields, including Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Fertility and Longitudinal study.
Her Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Cross-sectional study and Sexual dysfunction. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Social network, Social isolation, Mental health, Social support and Loneliness. Her work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Social change, Sex factors and Marital status.
Linda J. Waite mainly investigates Gerontology, Developmental psychology, Demography, Social psychology and Developed country. Her research in Gerontology intersects with topics in Cross-sectional study, Social support, Loneliness and Actigraphy. Her Social support study incorporates themes from Social network, Social isolation and Social engagement.
Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mental health and Human sexuality. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Social relation and Affect, overlaps with other areas such as Religious organization. Linda J. Waite combines subjects such as Longitudinal study, Fertility, Marital status, Socioeconomic status and Ethnic group with her study of Developed country.
Her primary scientific interests are in Gerontology, Social support, Social life, Loneliness and Demography. Her work deals with themes such as Cohort, Social network, Spouse, Montreal Cognitive Assessment and Social engagement, which intersect with Gerontology. Her Social support study improves the overall literature in Social psychology.
Her studies deal with areas such as Bedtime and Gender studies as well as Social psychology. Her Loneliness research includes themes of Clinical psychology and Social isolation. She interconnects Linear regression and Clinical significance in the investigation of issues within Demography.
Gerontology, Social support, Developmental psychology, Demography and Linear regression are her primary areas of study. Her work carried out in the field of Gerontology brings together such families of science as Longitudinal study, Older population and Loneliness. Her biological study deals with issues like Social network, which deal with fields such as Public health.
Her Social support research is classified as research in Social psychology. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cognition and Cognitive decline. Her Demography research includes elements of Male gender, Overweight and Comorbidity.
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The Case for Marriage: Why Married People are Happier, Healthier, and Better off Financially
Linda J. Waite;Maggie Gallagher.
A Short Scale for Measuring Loneliness in Large Surveys: Results From Two Population-Based Studies.
Mary Elizabeth Hughes;Linda J. Waite;Louise C. Hawkley;John T. Cacioppo.
Research on Aging (2004)
A Study of Sexuality and Health among Older Adults in the United States
Stacy Tessler Lindau;L. Philip Schumm;Edward O. Laumann;Wendy Levinson.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2007)
Loneliness as a specific risk factor for depressive symptoms: Cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses.
John T. Cacioppo;Mary Elizabeth Hughes;Linda J. Waite;Louise C. Hawkley.
Psychology and Aging (2006)
Social Disconnectedness, Perceived Isolation, and Health among Older Adults
Erin York Cornwell;Linda J. Waite.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2009)
Does Marriage Matter
Linda J. Waite.
Loneliness, health, and mortality in old age: A national longitudinal study
Ye Luo;Louise C. Hawkley;Linda J. Waite;John T. Cacioppo.
Social Science & Medicine (2012)
New Families, No Families?: The Transformation of the American Home
Frances K. Goldscheider;Linda J. Waite.
'Til Death Do Us Part: Marital Disruption and Mortality
Lee A. Lillard;Linda J. Waite.
American Journal of Sociology (1995)
Attitudes, Values, and Entrance into Cohabitational versus Marital Unions
Marin Clarkberg;Ross M. Stolzenberg;Linda J. Waite.
Social Forces (1995)
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