Jinmyoung Cho, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2011 Human Development and Family Studies Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Area:
Gerontology, Developmental Psychology
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Peter Martin grad student 2011 Iowa State
 (Successful aging and developmental adaptation of oldest-old adults.)
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Nakagawa T, Cho J, Yeung D. (2020) Successful Aging in East Asia: Comparison among China, Korea, and Japan. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences
Nakagawa T, Cho J, Yeung D. (2019) Changes In Depressive Symptoms In East Asia: A Coordinated Analysis Of Three Longitudinal Studies Innovation in Aging. 3
Yeung D, Nakagawa T, Cho J. (2019) Retirement Adjustment: Comparison Among Chinese, Japanese, And Korean Retirees Innovation in Aging. 3
Cho J, Nakagawa T, Yeung D. (2019) Successful Aging And Healthcare Service Utilization In East Asia: National Comparisons Of China, Korea, And Japan Innovation in Aging. 3
Cho J, Nakagawa T, Martin P, et al. (2018) Caregiving centenarians: Cross-national comparison in Caregiver-Burden between the United States and Japan. Aging & Mental Health. 1-10
Nakagawa T, Cho J, Yeung D. (2018) Successful Aging In East Asia: A Comparison Of China, Korea, And Japan Innovation in Aging. 2: 663-663
Nakagawa T, Cho J, Gondo Y, et al. (2017) Subjective well-being in centenarians: a comparison of Japan and the United States. Aging & Mental Health. 1-8
Heinz M, Cho J, Kelly N, et al. (2016) The Potential of Three Computer-Based Communication Activities for Supporting Older Adult Independent Living Information-An International Interdisciplinary Journal. 7: 26
Cho J, Martin P, Poon LW, et al. (2015) Successful aging and subjective well-being among oldest-old adults. The Gerontologist. 55: 132-43
Cho J, Ory MG, Stevens AB. (2015) Socioecological factors and positive aspects of caregiving: findings from the REACH II intervention Aging and Mental Health
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