Patricia Drentea

Affiliations: 
Medical Sociology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Area:
General, Clinical Psychology, Women's Studies
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Fei C. Ho grad student 2003 UAB
Mercy W. Mwaria grad student 2007 UAB
Jay A. Irwin grad student 2009 UAB
Tara L. Jones grad student 2011 UAB
Deborah B. Ejem grad student 2014 UAB
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Simoni ZR, Drentea P. (2016) ADHD, socioeconomic status, medication use, and academic ethic Sociological Focus. 49: 119-132
Drentea P, Williams BR, Bailey FA, et al. (2015) "He's on His Dying Bed": Next-of-Kin's Experiences of the Dying Body. Death Studies
Pisu M, Kenzik KM, Oster RA, et al. (2015) Economic hardship of minority and non-minority cancer survivors 1 year after diagnosis: another long-term effect of cancer? Cancer. 121: 1257-64
Ejem DB, Drentea P, Clay OJ. (2015) The effects of caregiver emotional stress on the depressive symptomatology of the care recipient. Aging & Mental Health. 19: 55-62
Hale TM, Goldner M, Stern M, et al. (2014) Patterns of online health searching 2002-2010: Implications for social capital, health disparities and the de-professionalization of medical knowledge Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 32: 35-60
Goldner M, Hale TM, Cotten SR, et al. (2013) The intersection of gender and place in online health activities. Journal of Health Communication. 18: 1235-55
Buys DR, Borch C, Drentea P, et al. (2013) Physical impairment is associated with nursing home admission for older adults in disadvantaged but not other neighborhoods: results from the UAB study of aging. The Gerontologist. 53: 641-53
Drentea P, Reynolds JR. (2012) Neither a borrower nor a lender be: the relative importance of debt and SES for mental health among older adults. Journal of Aging and Health. 24: 673-95
Stern MJ, Cotten SR, Drentea P. (2012) The Separate Spheres of Online Health: Gender, Parenting, and Online Health Information Searching in the Information Age Journal of Family Issues. 33: 1324-1350
Cotten SR, Goldner M, Hale TM, et al. (2011) The importance of type, amount, and timing of internet use for understanding psychological distress. Social Science Quarterly. 92: 119-39
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