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Featured Publications  Kaveladze, B., ... , 2022, Social relationship quality, depression and inflammation: A cross-cultural longitudinal study in the United States and Tokyo, Japan., Int J Soc Psychiatry

 Mahon, E., ... , 2022, Voice biomarkers as indicators of cognitive changes in middle and later adulthood., Neurobiol Aging

 Lindert, J., ... , 2022, Social stress and risk of declining cognition: A longitudinal study of men and women in the United States., Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol

 Mogle, J., ... , 2023, Individual differences in frequency and impact of daily memory lapses: Results from a national lifespan sample., BMC Geriatr

 Schafer, M. ... , 2024, On religious ambiguity: Childhood family religiosity and adult flourishing in a twin sample., Soc Sci Res

 Wege, N., ... , 2024, Prospective association of high effort and low reward imbalance at work with risk of diabetes: A cohort study in US workers., Int J Behav Med

 Narisada, ... , 2023, Work stressors and the buffering functions of the sense of control in the United States and Japan: A test of the diminished buffering hypothesis., Society and Mental Health

 Harrod, E. ... , 2022, Living in ancestrally diverse states of the United States is associated with greater vagal tone., Front Psychol

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