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Aging, Period and Cohort

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Dr. Heidi Ewen, Associate Professor of Health and Aging Studies, University of Indianapolis, discusses the effects of biological age, historical period, and societal experiences of a cohort in research, including cohort succession, cohort effect, and longitudinal, cross-sectional, and cross-sequential research design.




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Garcia, T.P., & Marder, K., (2017).Statistical Approaches to Longitudinal Data Analysis in Neurodegenerative Diseases: Huntington's Disease as a Model. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, 17(2),

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(2019).Search: Search JUS logoUXPA Facebook pageUXPA TwitterUXPA LinkedIn profile The Cross-Sequential Approach: A Short-Term Method for Studying Long-Term User Experience. Journal of Usability Studies, 2(14),105–116.

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Lerner, R., Schwartz, S., & Phelps, E., (2009).Problematics of Time and Timing in the Longitudinal Study of Human Development: Theoretical and Methodological Issues. Human Development, 52(1),44-68.

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Tabachnick, B., & Fidell, L., (2019).Using Multivariate Statistics. Pearson,

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