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Featured Publications  Zou, B., ... , 2020, Depression and perceived stress, but not anxiety, are associated with elevated inflammation in an obese adult population. , Risk Manag Healthc Policy

 Miller, G. ... , 2020, Youth who achieve upward socioeconomic mobility display lower psychological distress but higher metabolic syndrome rates as adults: Prospective evidence from Add Health and MIDUS., J Am Heart Assoc

 Alen, N. ... , 2020, Childhood parental warmth and heart rate variability in midlife: Implications for health., Pers Relatsh

 Liu, Y., ... , 2020, Education and cognition in mid age and later life: The mediating role of physical and cognitive activity., J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci

 Ozieh, M. ... , 2020,  Adverse Childhood Experiences and decreased renal function: Impact on all-cause mortality in U.S. Adults., Am J Prev Med

 Hastings, W. ... , 2021, Conceptual and analytical overlap between allostatic load and systemic biological aging measures: Analyses from the National Survey of Midlife Development in the United States. , J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci

 Magee, W., ... , 2019, Gender differences in self-esteem, unvarnished self-evaluation, future orientation, self-enhancement and self-derogation in a US national sample, Pers Individ Dif

 Jokela, M., ... , 2020, Personality, disability-free life years, and life expectancy: Individual participant meta-analysis of 131,195 individuals from 10 cohort studies. , J Pers

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