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Bishop, C.E. High-performance Workplace Practices in Nursing Homes: An Economic Perspective. Gerontologist 54(Suppl 1), pp. S46-52. (2014).

Bishop, C.E., and Stone, R. Implications for Policy: The Nursing Home as Least Restrictive Setting. Gerontologist 54(Suppl 1), pp. S98-S103. (2014).

Graham, E., and Lachman, M.E. Personality Traits, Facets and Cognitive Performance: Age Differences in Their Relations. Personality and Individual Differences 59, pp. 89-95. (2014).

Hahn, E., and Lachman, M.E. Everyday Experiences of Memory Problems and Control: The Adaptive Role of Selective Optimization with Compensation in the Context of Memory Decline. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition. Published online March 6, 2014. (2014).

Turiano, N.A., Chapman, B.P., Agrigoroaei, S., Infurna, F.J., and Lachman, M.E. Perceived Control Reduces Mortality Risk at Low, Not High Education Levels. Health Psychology. Published online February 3, 2014. (2014).

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