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Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research - Tina Savla perspective
This work describes the research perspective of Tina Savla, Center for Gerentology and Department of Human Development. The primary area of research is caregiving and its relationship to stress, including behavioral, ...
Daily Stressors and Marital Interactions Affect Diurnal Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase Rhythm in Spouses of Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
Research aims: 1. To document daily symptoms and behaviors of persons with MCI 2. To assess how MCI-related symptoms, care needs and other stressors influence psychological well-being of care partners 3. To examine effects ...
Intergenerational Exchange and Mediators Impact Ambivalence about Future Older Selves
(Virginia Tech, 2014-11-08)
We hypothesized that anxiety, knowledge, and empathy would mediate the relationship between intergenerational contact and internal ambivalence about aging.