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Karl Pillemer

Present Positions

    Hazel E. Reed Human Ecology Professor, Department of Human Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853.

    Professor of Gerontology in Medicine, Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Weill Cornell Medical College, 2003 present.

    Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, 2009 present.

     present. Director, Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging, 1993

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1985.

M.A. in Sociology, Brandeis University, April, 1981.

B.A. in Sociology, Boston University, Boston, MA, June, 1977.

Previous Academic Appointments

    Assistant to Full Professor of Human Development, Cornell University, 1990 to 1997.

Acting Director, Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center, 2003 2005.

    Professor, Program in Clinical Epidemiology and Health, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Cornell Weill Medical College, 1995 - 2003.

    Visiting Professor, University of Konstanz, Germany, academic year 1995-1996.

    Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of New Hampshire, 1986 to 1990.

    Training Faculty, N.I.M.H. Family Violence Post-Doctoral Program, Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire, 1984 to 1990.

    Associate in Family and Community Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School, 1984 to 1987.

Lecturer, Clark University, Fall, 1982 to Spring, 1984.

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Lecturer, Brandeis University, Summer, 1982.

Instructor, Boston University (Metropolitan College), Spring, 1982.

Professional and Research Experience

    Research Associate, Family Research Laboratory, University of New Hampshire; October, 1984 to 1990.

    Research Associate, University Center on Aging, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, MA.; 1982 to 1984.

    Long-Term Care Planner, Massachusetts Office of State Health Planning, Boston, MA.; 1980 to 1982.

Research Grants (All Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator)

Improving the Management of Pain in Later Life.” Edward R. Roybal Center Grant, National

    Institute on Aging (Cary Reid and Karl Pillemer, co-PIs). $1,990,176. October 2009

    September 2014.

Resident To Resident Elder Mistreatment (RREM) in Long Term Care.” National Institute on

    Aging (Mark S. Lachs and Karl Pillemer, co-PIs). $2,017,494. July 2008 June 2012.

Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging. National Institute on Aging. $1,851,274.

    October 2003 September 2009.

    "Parent-Child Relations: Within Family Differences II." National Institute on Aging. (J. Jill Suitor and Karl Pillemer, Co-PIs). $1,752,283. September 2007 August 2012.

    “Quality Care Technology Demonstration Project: Resident Outcomes Evaluation.” New York State Quality Care Oversight Committee. $286,250. March 2007 February 2009.

    “Taking Community Action Against Pain.” National Institute of Nursing Research. (Cary Reid and Karl Pillemer, co-Pis). $451,000. September 2007 August 2009.

“Cornell Collaborative Workshop on Aging and the Environment. Cornell Center for a

    Sustainable Future Academic Venture Fund. $37,462. February 1 July 31, 2009.

    Retiree Environmental Stewards Program.” Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. $55,000. October 1 2007 September 30,

    2010.

“Diversity Supplement: Postdoctoral Training.” National Institute on Aging. $140,000. October

    2005 September 2008.

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Linking Technology Implementation to Culture Change And Resident-Centered Care.” The

    Commonwealth Fund. $30,700.00. January 1 July 30, 2007.

“Cultural Competency in Jewish Nursing Facilities.” Anonymous foundation. $50,000. July 2005

     June 2006.

    “Project Home: Facilitating Discharge of Nursing Home Residents to Community Living.” Community Health Foundation of Central and Western New York. $100,000. February 2006

    January 2009.

The Retention Specialist Program: Testing a Model Workplace Innovation. Joint funding from

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies. $499,748. October 2003

    December 2006.

    “Aging and the Environment: Promoting Environmental Civic Engagement and Volunteering among the Elderly. ” Cornell University College of Human Ecology, New Research Environment Initiative, $25,000, May 2005 December 2007.

Cornell Applied Gerontology Research Institute. National Institute on Aging, $2,751,247.

    August 1998 July 2004.

Parent-Child Relations: Within Family Differences. National Institute on Aging (J. Jill Suitor

    and Karl Pillemer, co-PIs). $1,303,161. February 1, 2001 January 31, 2005.

Workforce Development in Elder Care: An Evaluation of Innovative Training Methods. USDA,

     May 2006. $120,000. June 2003

    Research Dissemination Coordination Center for the Edward R. Roybal Centers for Research on Applied Gerontology. National Institute on Aging. $200,000. July 1999 - June 2003.

    Cornell Component of Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center: Geriatric Education in Rural and Underserved Areas. $44,288. July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2005.

Ambivalence of Intergenerational Relations among Adults in Families. Transcoop Program,

    Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Kurt Luescher and Karl Pillemer, co-PIs). 60,000 DM (approx . $35,000 U. S.) January 1998 December 2001.

Cornell Center for Research on Applied Gerontology. National Institute on Aging, $2,427,546.

    August 1993 - July 1998.

    Underrepresented Minority Supplement. National Institute on Aging, $63,420. June 1994 - May 1996.

Social Relations of Alzheimers Caregivers Across Time. National Institute of Mental Health

    (Karl Pillemer and J. Jill Suitor, co-PIs). $654,727. September 1988 - August 1993.

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Project GUIDE (Gaining Understanding of Intergenerational Programs through Distance

    Education). NYS College of Human Ecology. $12,000. June 1998 May 1999.

    Developing Community Liaison Activities with Minority Aged. Innovative Program Research Grant, Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center. P. I. $9,900. Dates: May 1997 April 1998.

    Ensuring an Abuse-Free Environment: Evaluation. Denver Regional Council of Governments, Quality of Care Project. P. I. $9, 394. Dates: January 1998 June 2000.

Social Relations and Well-Being of Alzheimers Caregivers: Rural/Nonrural Comparisons.

    United States Department of Agriculture (Hatch Program), $28, 600.

    Promoting Mental Wellness in Elder Care. Van Ameringen Foundation, $197,817.

Setting the Agenda for the White House Conference on Aging: A Survey. Grant from

    anonymous donors, $13,900.

    National Survey of Conflict and Abuse in Families of the Elderly in Canada. Health and Welfare - Canada, $235,000.

    Evaluation of Four Model Elder Abuse Projects. Florence V. Burden Foundation and Ittleson Foundation, $273,276.

    Exploring Aging through Service Experiences: Project EASE. C.S. Mott Foundation and Public Welfare Foundation, $60,410.

    Inappropriate Patient Management Practices in Nursing Homes. AARP Andrus Foundation, $49,947.

    Student Assisted Independent Living. Foundation for Long-Term Care, $36,000.

    Abuse Prevention in Home Health Care. Coalition of Advocates for the Rights of the Infirm Elderly. $15,000.

Cooperative Communication between Nursing Home Staff and Family Members. Cornell

    Cooperative Extension, $15,900.

Apparel Approaches to Resident Safety and Autonomy in the Restraint-Free Nursing Home.

    Cornell Life Course Institute, $11,900.

    Families and Nursing Homes: College Grant, Cornell University. $5900.

    A Training Program For Family Caregivers to Dependent Elders. Foundation for Seacoast Health, $61,612.

Conference on Parent-Child Relationships across the Life-Span. Elliot Fund, $14,400.

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Developing a Model Continuing Care Retirement Community for Low-Income Elderly Persons.

     Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, $18,000.

    Analysis of Long-Term Care Needs in Massachusetts. Office of Health Policy, Massachusetts Executive Office of Human Services, $11,000.

    Research Conference on Elder Abuse and Neglect. University of New Hampshire Undesignated Gifts Committee, $11,490.

    The Exceptional Aging Project: A Pilot Study. NYNEX Faculty Development Grant, $3500.

    Preparation of Background paper for Surgeon Generals Workshop on Violence. Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, $2,000.

Publications

Books, Monographs, Special Issues

Pillemer, Karl. (2011). 30 Lessons for Living: Tried and True Advice from the Wisest Americans.

    New York: Viking/Penguin.

Sykes, Kathy, and Karl Pillemer (Eds.). 2009-2010. Environment and Aging: Grey and Green.

    Special Issue, Generations, Winter, .

    4. Intergenerational Ambivalences: New Pillemer, Karl, and Kurt Luescher (Eds.). 200

    Perspectives on Parent-Child Relations in Later Life. Stamford, CN: Elsevier/JAI Press.

    Volume 4 in the series Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research.

    Pillemer, Karl, Sara Czaja, and Richard Schulz (Eds.). 2003. Challenges of Translational

    Research on Aging: The Experience of the Roybal Centers. Vol. 43, Special Issue I, The

    Gerontologist

National Academy of Sciences, Panel to Review Risk and Prevalence of Elder Abuse and Neglect.

    2002. Elder Mistreatment: Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in an Aging America.

    Washington, D. C.: National Academies Press. [Panel member and co-author of this

    report.]

    Pillemer, Karl, Phyllis Moen, Elaine Wethington, Nina Glasgow (Eds.). 2000. Social Integration

    in the Second Half of Life. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

     Pillemer, Karl. 2000. Abuse-Proofing Your Facility. Albany, NY: Delmar/Thompson Learning.

Pillemer, Karl, and Kathleen McCartney (Eds.). 1991. Parent-Child Relations throughout Life.

    New York: Erlbaum.

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Wolf, Rosalie S., and Karl Pillemer. 1989. Helping Elderly Victims: The Reality of Elder Abuse.

    New York: Columbia University Press.

Pillemer, Karl, and Rosalie S. Wolf (Eds.). 1986. Elder Abuse: Conflict in the Family. Dover,

    MA: Auburn House.

Refereed Journal Articles

    Pillemer, Karl, Emily K. Chen, Kimberly S. Van Haitsma, Jeanne Teresi, Mildred Ramirez,

    Stephanie Silver, Gail Sukha, and Mark S. Lachs. (In press). “Resident-to-Resident

    Aggression in Nursing Homes: Results from a Qualitative Event Reconstruction Study.”

    The Gerontologist.

Fingerman, Karen L., Karl Pillemer, Merrill Silverstein, and J. Jill Suitor. (In press).The Baby

    Boomers’ Intergenerational Ties. The Gerontologist.

    Sechrist, Jori, J. Jill Suitor, Catherine Riffin, Kadari Taylor-Watson, Karl Pillemer. (In press).

    Race and Mothers' Differentiation among their Adult Children: A Sequential Approach to

    Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Data.” Journal of Family Psychology.

    Finkelstein, Emily S., M. Carrington Reid, Alison Kleppinger, Karl Pillemer, Julie Robison.

    (2012). ”Are Baby Boomers Who Care for their Older Parents Planning for their Own

    Future Long-Term Care Needs? Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 24, 29-45.

Parker, Samantha J., Romulo Vasquez, Emily K. Chen, Charles R. Henderson, Jr, Karl Pillemer,

    Laura Robbins, M.C. Reid. “ (In press). A Comparison of the Arthritis Foundation Self-

    Help Program across Three Race/Ethnicity Groups.” Ethnicity and Disease.

Abrahamson, Kathleen, Karl Pillemer, Jori Sechrist, and J. Jill Suitor. (2011). Does Race

    Influence Conflict Between Nursing Home Staff and the Family Members of Residents?

    Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 66B, 750-755.

    Pillemer, Karl, Rhoda H. Meador, Jeanne A. Teresi, Charles R. Henderson Jr., Emily K. Chen, Mark S. Lachs, Gabriel Boratgis, Stephanie Silver, and Joseph P. Eimicke. (2011).

    “Effects of Electronic Health Information Technology Implementation on Nursing Home

    Resident Outcomes.” Journal of Aging and Health. 24, 92-112.

    Pillemer, Karl, Risa Breckman, Charlotte D. Sweeney, Patricia Brownell, Terry Fulmer, Jackie

    Berman, Earamichia Brown, Evelyn Laureano, and Mark S. Lachs. (2011). “Practitioners’

    Views on Elder Mistreatment Research Priorities: Recommendations from a Research-to-

    Practice Consensus Conference.” Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 23, 115-126.

J. Jill Suitor, Megan Gilligan, and Karl Pillemer. (2011). “Conceptualizing and Measuring

    Intergenerational Ambivalence in Later-Life.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences.

    66B, 769-781.

    Sechrist, J., Suitor, J.J., Vargas, N., & Pillemer, K. (2011). “The Role of Perceived Religious

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    Similarity in the Quality of Mother-Child Relations in Later Life: Differences Within

    Families and Between Races. Research on Aging, 33, 3-27.

    Pillemer, Karl, Nancy M. Wells, Linda P. Wagenet, Rhoda H. Meador,and Jennifer T. Parise

    (2011). Environmental Sustainability in an Aging Society: A Research Agenda. Journal

    of Aging and Health, 23, 433-453.

    Meador, Rhoda, Emily Kahoe Chen, Leslie Schultz, Amanda Norton, Charles Henderson, Jr., Karl

    Pillemer. (2011) “Going Home: Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Nursing Home

    Discharge.” Care Management Journals, 12, 2-10.

Pillemer, Karl, J. Jill Suitor, Seth Pardo, and Charles Henderson, Jr. (2010). Mothers’

    Differentiation and Depressive Symptoms among Adult Children. Journal of Marriage

    and Family, 72, 333-345.

Pillemer, Karl, Thomas E. Fuller-Rowell, Cary Reid, and Nancy Wells. (2010). Environmental

    Volunteering and Health Outcomes over a Twenty-Year Period.The Gerontologist, 50:

    594-602.

    Pillemer, Karl, Linda P. Wagenet, Debra Goldman, Lori Bushway, Rhoda Meador. (2010).

    “Environmental Volunteerism in Later Life: Benefits and Barriers.” Generations, 33, 58-

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Rosen, T., Lachs, M.S., & Pillemer, K. (2010). Sexual Aggression Between Residents in Nursing

    Homes: Literature Synthesis of an Under-recognized Problem. Journal of the American

    Geriatrics Society, 58, 1071-1079.

Márquez-González, Maria, Andrés Losada-Baltar, Karl Pillemer, Rosa Romero-Moreno, Javier

    López-Martínez, Teresa Martínez-Rodríguez. (2010) “Caregiving beyond the Household:

    The Role of the Family in Nursing Homes and Collaborative Care. (Cuidando más allá del

    domicilio: el papel de la familia en los centros residenciales y el cuidado colaborativo).

    Psicogeriatría, 2: 93-104

    Filiberto, D., Elaine Wethington, Karl Pillemer, Nancy M. Wells, Mark Wysocki, and Jennifer

    True Parise. (2010). Older People and Climate Change: Vulnerability and Health

    Effects.” Generations, 33, 19-25.

    Frongillo, Edward A., Tanushree Isaacman, Claire M. Horan, Elaine Wethington, and Karl A.

    Pillemer. (2010). “Adequacy of and Satisfaction with Delivery and Use of Home-Delivered

    Meals.” Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly, 29, 211-226.

    Townley, Sarah, Maria Papaleontiou, Leslie Amanfo, Charles R. Henderson, Jr.,Karl Pillemer,

    Katherine Beissner, and M.C. Reid. (2010) Preparing to Implement a Self-Management

    Program for Back Pain in New York City Senior Centers: What Do Prospective

    Consumers Think?” Pain Medicine, 11: 405415.

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    Abrahamson, Kathleen, James G. Anderson, Marilyn M. Anderson, J. Jill Suitor, and Karl Pillemer

    (2010). "The Cumulative Influence of Conflict on Nursing Home Staff: A Computer

    Simulation Approach.” Research in Gerontological Nursing, 3, 39-48.

Taylor, Catherine, and Karl Pillemer. (2009). “Using Affect to Understand Employee Turnover: A

    Context Specific Application of a Theory of Social Exchange.” Sociological Perspectives,

    52, 481-504.

    Suitor, J. Jill, Mari Plikuhn, Seth T. Pardo, Jori Sechrist, Megan Gilligan, and Karl Pillemer.

    (2009). The Role of Parental Favoritism in Sibling Relations in Midlife.” Journal of

    Marriage and Family, 71, 1026-1038.

    Ong, Anthony. D., Cary Reid, Elaine Wethington, Karl Pillemer, and C. G. Aronin (2009).

    Resilience and Vulnerability to Chronic Pain: Conceptual and Methodological Issues.

    Journal of Dementia and Mental Health Care of Older People, 13: 24-25..

    Abrahamson, Kathleen, J. Jill Suitor, and Karl Pillemer. (2009). Conflict Between Nursing Home

    Staff and Residents' Families: Does it Increase Burnout? Journal of Aging and Health, 21,

    895-912.

    Sabir, Myra, Elaine Wethington, Risa Breckman, , Rhoda Meador, Cary Reid, Karl Pillemer.

    (2009). A Community-Based Participatory Critique of Social Isolation Intervention

    Research for Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 28;

    218-234.

    ollective Ambivalence: Considering New Approaches Pillemer, Karl, and J. Jill Suitor.(2008). C

    to the Complexity of Intergenerational Relations. Journals of Gerontology: Social

    Sciences, 63 394-396

    Suitor, J. Jill, Jori Sechrist, Mari Plikuhn, Tamara Pardo, and Karl Pillemer. (2008). "Within-

    Family Differences in Parent-Child Relations across the Life Course." Current Directions

    in Psychological Science, 17, 334-338.

    Pillemer, Karl, Rhoda Meador, Charles Henderson, Jr., Julie Robison, Carol Hegeman, Edwin

    Graham, Leslie Schultz. (2008). “A Facility Specialist Model for Improving Retention of

    Nursing Home Staff: Results from a Randomized, Controlled Study.” The Gerontologist,

    48: 80-9.

    Tony Rosen, Mark S. Lachs, Ashok J. Bharucha, Scott M. Stevens, Jeanne A. Teresi, Flor Nebres,

    Karl Pillemer. (2008) “Resident-to-Resident Aggression in Nursing Homes: Insights from

    Focus Groups of Nursing Home Residents and Staff.” Journal of the American Geriatrics

    Society, 56: 1398-1408.

Pillemer, Karl, and Linda P. Wagenet. (2008). Taking Action: Environmental Volunteerism and

    Civic Engagement by Older People. Public Policy and Aging Report, 18: 1, 23-27.

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Rosen, Tony, Karl Pillemer, and Mark S. Lachs. (2008). “Resident-to-Resident Aggression in

    Long-Term Care Facilities: An Understudied Problem.” Aggression and Violent Behavior,

    13: 77-87.

    Reid, M.C., Maria Papaleontiou, Anthony Ong, Risa Breckman, Elaine Wethington, and Karl

    Pillemer. (2008). “Self-Management Strategies to Reduce Pain and Improve Function

    Among Older Adults in Community Settings: A Review of the Evidence.” Pain Medicine,

    4, 1-16.

    Pillemer, K., Suitor, J.J., Mock, S.E., Sabir, M., Pardo, T., Sechrist, J. (2007). Capturing the

    complexity of intergenerational relations: Exploring ambivalence within later-life families.

    Journal of Social Issues, 63: 775-791.

    Chen, C. K, Sabir, M., Zimmerman, S. Suitor, J., and Pillemer, K. (2007). The importance of

    family relationships with nursing facility staff for family caregiver burden and depression.

    Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 62, 253-260.

    Robison, Julie, Leslie Curry, Cynthia Gruman, Martha Porter, Charles R. Henderson, Jr., and Karl

    Pillemer. (2007). “Partners in Caregiving in a Special Care Environment: Cooperative

    Communication Between Staff and Families on Dementia Units.” The Gerontologist, 47:

    504-515.

    Honkanen, Lisa A., Niall Monaghan, M. C. Reid, David Newstein, Karl Pillemer, and Mark S.

    Lachs. 2007. “Can Hip Protector Use in the Nursing Home Be Predicted?” Journal of the

    American Geriatrics Society, 55: 350356.

    Suitor, J. Jill, Jori Sechrist, and Karl Pillemer. (2007). "Within-Family Differences in Mothers'

    Support to Adult Children in Black and White Families." Research on Aging, 29: 410-435.

    Wethington, Elaine, Risa Breckman, Rhoda Meador, M. Carrington Reid, Myra Sabir, Mark

    Lachs, and Karl Pillemer. (2007). The CITRA Pilot Studies Program: Mentoring

    Translational Research. The Gerontologist, 47: 845-850.

Wethington, Elaine and Karl A. Pillemer. (2007). “Translating Basic Research into Community

    Practice: The Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging (CITRA).” Forum on

    Public Policy Online. (http://www.forumonpublicpolicy.com Winter 2007).

    Robison, Julie and Karl Pillemer. (2007). "Job Satisfaction and Intention to Quit among Nursing

    Home Nursing Staff: Do Special Care Units Make a Difference?" Journal of Applied

    Gerontology, 26, 95-112.

    Suitor, J. J., & K. Pillemer. (2007). “Mothers’ Favoritism in Later Life: The Role of Children’s

    Birth Order.” Research on Aging 29: 32-55.

    Honkanen, Lisa A., Niall Monaghan, M. C. Reid, David Newstein, Karl Pillemer, and Mark S.

    Lachs. (2007). “Can Hip Protector Use in the Nursing Home Be Predicted?” Journal of

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    the American Geriatrics Society, 55: 350356.

Suitor, J. Jill, Jori Sechrist, Michael Steinhour, and Karl Pillemer. (2007). “When Mothers Have

    Favorites: Conditions under Which Mothers Differentiate among Their Adult Children.”

    Canadian Journal on Aging, 26, 85-99.

    Sabir, Myra, Risa Breckman, Rhoda Meador, Elaine Wethington, M.Carrington Reid, and Karl

    Pillemer. (2006). The CITRA Research-Practice Consensus Workshop Model: Exploring

    a New Method of Research Translation in Aging. The Gerontologist, 46: 833-839.

Pillemer, Karl, and J. Jill Suitor. (2006). “Making Choices: A Within-Family Study of Caregiver

    Selection.” The Gerontologist, 46: 439-448.

Suitor, J. Jill, Michael Steinhour, Jori Sechrist, and Karl Pillemer. (2006). "’I'm Sure She Chose

    Me!’ Accuracy of Children's Reports of Mothers' Favoritism in Later Life Families.”

     538. Family Relations, 55, 526

Suitor, J. Jill, and Karl Pillemer. 2006. “Choosing Daughters: Exploring Why Mothers Favor

    Adult Daughters over Sons.” Sociological Perspectives, 49, 139-162.

Suitor, J. Jill, Karl Pillemer, and Jori Sechrist. 2006. “Within-Family Differences in Mothers'

    Support to Adult Children.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 61: S10-S17.

Lachs, Mark S., and Karl Pillemer. 2004. “Elder Abuse.” The Lancet, 364: 126372

Dunifon, Rachel, Michael Duttweiler, Karl Pillemer, Donald Tobias, and William M. K. 2004.

    “Evidence-Based Extension.” Journal of Extension, 40: 2.

Pillemer, Karl, J. Jill Suitor, Charles R. Henderson, Jr., Rhoda Meador, Leslie Schultz, Julie

    Robison, and Carol Hegeman. 2003. A Cooperative Communication Intervention for

    Nursing Home Staff and Family Members of Residents. The Gerontologist, 43: 96-106.

    Pillemer, Karl, J. Jill Suitor, and Elaine Wethington. 2003. Integrating Theory, Basic Research,

    and Intervention: Two Case Studies from Caregiving Research. The Gerontologist: 43: 19-

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Sabir, Myra., Karl Pillemer, J. Jill Suitor, and Michael Patterson. 2003. Predictors of Successful

    Relationships in a Peer Support Program for Alzheimers Caregivers. American Journal of

    Alzheimers Disease: 18: 115-122.

Carol R. Hegeman, Beverly Horowitz, Karl Pillemer, Lynn Tepper, and Leslie Schultz. 2003. Service

    Learning in Elder Care: Ten Years of Growth and Assessment. Journal of Gerontological Social

    Work: 39: 177-194.

Pillemer, Karl, and J. Jill Suitor. 2002. Explaining Mothers Ambivalence Toward Their Adult

    Children. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64: 602613.

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