SEBAS Publications

(Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study)

  1. Weinstein, M., R. Willis. 2000. Stretching Social Surveys to Include Bioindicators: Possibilities for the Health and Retirement Study, Experience from the Taiwan Study of the Elderly. In Cells and Surveys, C. Finch, J. Vaupel, K. Kinsella (editors). National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC.
  2. Goldman, N., I-F. Lin, M. Weinstein, and Y-H. Lin.  2003. Evaluating the Quality of Self-Reports of Hypertension and Diabetes. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 56:148-154.
  3. Weinstein, M., N. Goldman, A. Hedley, Y-H. Lin, and T. Seeman. 2003.  Social Linkages to Biological Markers of Health Among the Elderly. Journal of Biosocial Science, 35:433-453.
  4. Glei, D, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, and I-W. Liu. 2004. Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEAS) and Health: Does the Relationship Differ by Sex? Experimental Gerontology, 39:321-331.
  5. Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, M-C. Chang. 2004. The Role of Clinical Risk Factors in Understanding Self-Rated Health. Annals of Epidemiology, 14:49-57.
  6. Goldman, N., M. Weinstein, J. Cornman, B. Singer, T. Seeman, and M-C. Chang. 2004. Sex Differentials in Biological Risk Factors for Chronic Disease: Estimates from Population-Based Surveys.  Journal of Women’s Health, 13:393-403.
  7. Seeman, T., D. Glei, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, B. Singer, and Y-H. Lin. 2004. Social Relationships and Allostatic Load in Taiwanese Elderly and Near Elderly. Social Science and Medicine, 59:2245-2257.
  8. Seplaki, C.L., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, Y-H. Lin. 2004. How are Biomarkers Related to Physical and Mental Well-Being?  The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 59:201-217.
  9. Gersten O. 2005.  Bridging the Biological and Social Worlds: Neuroendocrine Biomarkers, Social Relations, and the Costs of Cumulative Stress in Taiwan [dissertation]. Berkeley, CA: University of California, Berkeley.
  10. Goldman, N., D. Glei, C. Seplaki, I-W. Liu, M. Weinstein. 2005. Perceived Stress and Physiological Dysregulation. Stress, 8:95-105.
  11. Hu, P., N.E. Adler, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, T.E. Seeman. 2005. Relationship between Subjective Social Status and Measures of Health in Older Taiwanese Persons. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 53:483-488.
  12. Seplaki, C., N. Goldman, D. Glei, and M. Weinstein. 2005. A Comparative Analysis of Measurement Approaches for Physiological Dysregulation in an Older Population. Experimental Gerontology, 40:438-449. 
  13. Turra, C.M., N. Goldman, C.L. Seplaki, M. Weinstein, D.A. Glei, Y-H. Lin. 2005. Determinants of Mortality at Older Ages: The Role of Biological Markers of Chronic Disease. Population and Development Review, 31: 677-701.
  14. Chiu, T-I., and G.A. Spencer. 2006.  The Effect of Social Control and Personal Control on the Functional Health Status of Older Adults in Rural and Urban Taiwan [dissertation]. State University of New York at Binghamton, Decker School of Nursing.
  15. Dowd, J.B., and N. Goldman. 2006. Do Biomarkers of Stress Mediate the Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Health? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60:633-639. PMCID: PMC2566242
  16. Glei, D., M-C. Chang, Y-L. Chuang, Y-H. Lin, H-S. Lin, N. Goldman, and M. Weinstein.  2006. Results from the Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) 2000: Report to the Taiwan Department of Health (in English and Chinese).  Taiwan Aging Study Series No. 9, May.
  17. Glei, D., N. Goldman. 2006. Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEAS) and Risk of Mortality Among Older Taiwanese. Annals of Epidemiology, 16:510-515. 
  18. Goldman, N., J. Cornman, and M-C. Chang. 2006. Measuring Subjective Social Status: A Case Study of Older Taiwanese.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 21:1-89.
  19. Goldman, N., C.M. Turra, D.A. Glei, Y-H. Lin, and M. Weinstein. 2006. Physiological Dysregulation and Changes in Health in an Older Population. Experimental Gerontology, 41:862-870. 
  20. Goldman, N., C.M. Turra, D.A. Glei, C.L. Seplaki, Y-H. Lin, and M. Weinstein. 2006.  Predicting Mortality from Clinical and Nonclinical Biomarkers. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 61:1070-1074.
  21. Seplaki, C.L., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, Y-H. Lin. 2006.  Before and After the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake: Traumatic Events and Depressive Symptoms Among an Older Population. Social Science and Medicine, 62:3121-3132.
  22. Seplaki, C.L., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, Y-H. Lin. 2006.  Measurement of Cumulative Physiological Dysregulation in an Older Population. Demography, 43:165-183.
  23. Yeager D.M., D.A. Glei, M. Au, H.S. Lin, R.P. Sloan, and M. Weinstein. 2006. Religious Involvement and Health Outcomes Among Older Persons in Taiwan. Social Science and Medicine, 63:2228-2241.   
  24. Chang, M-C., D. Glei, N. Goldman, and M. Weinstein. National Research Council. 2007. The Taiwan Biomarker Project. Chapter 3 in Biosocial Surveys, Committee on Advances in Collecting and Utilizing Biological Indicators and Genetic Information in Social Science Surveys. Maxine Weinstein, James W. Vaupel, and Kenneth W. Wachter, Eds. Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
  25. Ewbank, D.C. 2007.  Differences in the Association between Apolipoprotein E Genotype and Mortality Across Populations. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 62:899-907.
  26. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y-L. Chuang and M. Weinstein. 2007. Do Chronic Stressors Lead to Physiological Dysregulation? Testing the Theory of Allostatic Load. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69:769-776.
  27. Goldman, N., D.A. Glei. 2007. Sex Differences in the Relationship between DHEAS and Health.  Experimental Gerontology, 42:979-987. 
  28. Hu, P., N. Wagle, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, and T. Seeman. 2007. The Associations between Socioeconomic Status, Allostatic Load, and Measures of Health in Older Taiwanese Persons: Taiwan Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study. Journal of Biosocial Science, 39:545-556.
  29. Cole SW. 2008.  Social Regulation of Leukocyte Homeostasis: The Role of Glucocorticoid Sensitivity. Brain Behavior, and Immunity, 22:1049-55.
  30. Collins, A.L. and N. Goldman. 2008. Perceived Social Position and Health in Older Adults. Social Science and Medicine, 66: 769-776. PMCID: PMC2696262
  31. Gersten O. 2008.  Neuroendocrine Biomarkers, Social Relations, and the Cumulative Costs of Stress in Taiwan. Social Science and Medicine, 66:507,19; discussion 520-35. PMCID: PMC2288661
  32. Zhang F, M. Lewis, G. Yang, J. Iriondo-Perez, Y. Zeng, J. Liu. 2008.  Apolipoprotein E Polymorphism, Life Stress and Self-reported Health Among Older Adults. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62:e3.
  33. Goldman, N., D. Glei, Y-H. Lin, M. Weinstein. 2009. Improving Mortality Prediction using Biosocial Surveys. American Journal of Epidemiology, 169:769-779.  PMID: 19147742; PMCID: PMC2732975.
  34. Lan T.Y., W.C. Chang, T.H. Lan, B-S. Hurng. 2009. Apolipoprotein E Genotype and Risk of Developing Physical Limitations in Elderly People. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 57:1308-9. PMCID: PMC2705905.
  35. Chen, Y.C., H.H. Chang, C.J. Wen, W.Y. Lin, C.Y. Chen, B.S. Hong, and K.C. Huang. 2010.  Elevated Serum Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulphate Level Correlates with Increased Risk for Metabolic Syndrome in Elderly Men. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 40:220-225.
  36. Chiu T.I., G.A. Spencer. 2010.  Functional Health Status Among Rural and Urban Older Adults in Taiwan: The Effect of Personal Control and Social Control. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 5:202-10.
  37. Chou, K-L. 2010.  Moderating Effect of Apolipoprotein Genotype on Loneliness Leading to Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Older Adults. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 18:313-322.
  38. Goldman, N., D. Glei, Y-H. Lin, M. Weinstein. 2010. The Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR): Allelic Variation and Links with Depressive Symptoms. Depression and Anxiety, 27:260-269.  PMID: 20196101; PMCID: PMC2841212.
  39. Wu, C.H., C.Y. Chen, Y.C. Wu, L.J. Weng, B-S. Hurng.  2010.  Diabetes Mellitus and Functional Impairment in Taiwanese Older Men and Women.  Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 50(Suppl 1):S6-S10.  doi:10.1016/S0167-4943(20)70004-2
  40. Chuang K.J., Y.H. Yan, S.Y. Chiu, T.J. Cheng. 2011. Long-term Air Pollution Exposure and Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases Among the Elderly in Taiwan. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 68:64-8.
  41. Cornman, J.C., D.A. Glei, G. Rodríguez, N. Goldman, B-S. Hurng. M. Weinstein.  2011. Demographic and Socioeconomic Status Differences in Perceptions of Difficulty with Mobility in Late Life.  Journal of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 66B:237-248.  PMCID: PMC3107021.
  42. D.M, MacLachlan M. 2011.  Heredity Links Natural Hazards and Human Health: Apolipoprotein E Gene Moderates the Health of Earthquake Survivors. Health Psychology, 30:228-35. doi:10.1037/a0022377. PubMed PMID: 21401257.
  43. Dowd, J.B., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein.  2011.  Sleep Duration, Sleep Quality, and Biomarkers of Inflammation in a Taiwanese Population.  Annals of Epidemiology, 21:799-806.  PMCID: PMC3204862.
  44. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y-H. Lin, M. Weinstein.  2011.  Age-Related Changes in Biomarkers:  Longitudinal Data from a Population-Based Sample.  Research on Aging, 33:312-326.  doi:10.1177/0164027511399105. PMCID: PMC3109912.
  45. Goldman, N., C. Turra, L Rosero-Bixby, D. Weir, E. Crimmins. 2011. Do Biological Measures Mediate the Relationship Between Education and Health: A Comparative Study. Social Science and Medicine, 72:307-315.  PMCID: PMC3039215.
  46. Huang Y.W., C.Y. Chen, L.J. Weng, Y.C. Wu.  2011.  Is the Metabolic Syndrome Associated with Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, and Increased Physical Limitations in an Elderly Population If Multiple Chronic Illnesses Are Taken Into Consideration? International Journal of Gerontology, 5:146-149.
  47. Smith, K., N. Goldman. 2011. Measuring Health Status: An Examination of Self-, Interviewer-, and Physician-reports of Overall Health. Journal of Aging and Health, 23:242-266.  PMID: 21041293. PMCID: PMC3727648.
  48. Vasunilashorn, S., D.A. Glei, C.Y. Lan, R. Brookmeyer, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. 2011.  Apolipoprotein E is Associated with Blood Lipids and Inflammation in Taiwanese Older Adults. Atherosclerosis, 219:349-354. doi:10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2011.07.100.  PMID: 21840004. PMCID: PMC3225086.
  49. Zeng Y, C.L. Hughes, M.A. Lewis, J. Li, F. Zhang. 2011. Interactions between Life Stress Factors and Carrying the APOE4 Allele Adversely Impact Self-reported Health in Old Adults. The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 66:1054-61.
  50. Cornman, J.C., N. Goldman, A.L. Collins, D.A. Glei, B-S. Hurng, and M. Weinstein. 2012.  Do Adults Adjust their Socio-economic Status Identity in Later Life. Ageing and Society, 32: 616.  PMCID: PMC3745029.
  51. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein.  2012.  Relaxation Practice and Physiological Regulation in a National Sample of Older Taiwanese. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 18:653-661. doi:10.1089/acm.2010.0598.  PMID: 22775201. PMC3405452.
  52. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, C.D. Ryff, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein.  2012.  Social Relationships and Inflammatory Markers:  An Analysis of Taiwan and the U.S.  Social Science and Medicine, 74:1891-1899. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.02.020.  PMID: 22483707. PMCID: PMC3348237.
  53. Shun, Y.Y. 2012.  Analysis of Pre-diabetes-related Factors in the Elderly in Taiwan. Department of Healthcare Administration/Long-term Care Division, Asia University.
  54. Tsai A.C., T.L. Chang. 2012.  Quality Issues of Self-report of Hypertension: Analysis of a Population Representative Sample of Older Adults in Taiwan. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 55:338-42.
  55. Tsai A.C., Tsai H.J. 2012.  Functional Impairment but not Metabolic Syndrome is Associated with Depression in Older Taiwanese: Results from the Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging,16:492-6.
  56. Chen, M.M., and A.C. Tsai.  2013. The Effectiveness of IDF and ATP-III in Identifying Metabolic Syndrome and the Usefulness of These Tools for Health-promotion in Older Taiwanese. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 17:413-416.
  57. Culverhouse R.C., L. Bowes, N. Breslau, J.L. Nurnberger Jr, M. Burmeister, D.M. Fergusson, M. Munafò, N.L. Saccone, L.J. Bierut; 5-HTTLPR, Stress, and Depression Consortium.  2013.  Protocol for a Collaborative Meta-analysis of 5-HTTLPR, Stress, and Depression. BMC Psychiatry, 13:304. doi:10.1186/1471-244X-13-304. PMID: 24219410; PMCID: PMC3840571.
  58. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, V.M. Shkolnikov, D. Jdanov, M. Shkolnikova, J.W. Vaupel, M. Weinstein. 2013. Perceived Stress and Biological Risk: Is the Link Stronger in Russians than in Taiwanese and Americans?  Stress, 16:411-420. PMCID: PMC3686890
  59. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, C-H. Wu, M. Weinstein. 2013. Does Exposure to Stressors Predict Changes in Physiological Dysregulation?  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 46:121-126.  PMCID: PMC3708988
  60. Li Y.P., Y.M. Chen, C.H. Chen. 2013.  Volunteer Transitions and Physical and Psychological Health Among Older Adults in Taiwan.  The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 68:997-1008.
  61. McEniry, M.  2013.  Cross-National Comparisons of Health Disparities among Aging Populations in Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa.  Population Studies Center Research Report, 13-792.  Ann Arbor, MI:  University of Michigan.
  62. Swann, J.R., M. Lewis, K. Spagou, J. Nicholson, D.A. Glei, T.E. Seeman, C.L. Coe, N. Goldman, C.D. Ryff, M. Weinstein, E. Holmes. 2013. Microbial-Mammalian Co-Metabolites Dominate the Age-Associated Urinary Metabolic Phenotype in Taiwanese and American Populations. Journal of Proteome Research, 12:3166-3180. PMCID: PMC3835364
  63. Todd, M., N. Goldman. 2013. Do Interviewer Health Ratings Predict Mortality? A Comparison with Self-Rated Health. Epidemiology,  24:913-20.  doi:10.1097/EDE.0b013e3182a713a8.  PMCID: PMC3968811
  64. Vasunilashorn, S., D.A. Glei, Y.H. Lin, N. Goldman. 2013. Apolipoprotein E and Measured Physical and Pulmonary Function in Older Taiwanese Adults. Biodemography and Social Biology, 59:57-67. PMCID: PMC3704952   
  65. Vasunilashorn S., J.K. Kim, E.M. Crimmins. 2013.  International Differences in the Links Between Obesity and Physiological Dysregulation: the United States, England, and Taiwan. Journal of Obesity, 618056.  DOI:10.1155/2013/618056. PMCID: PMC3679767
  66. Weinstein, M., D. Glei and N. Goldman. 2013. The Loyal Opposition: A Commentary on “Opportunities and Challenges in the Study of Biosocial Dynamics in Healthy Aging.” Chapter 11 in New Directions in the Sociology of Aging.  National Research Council.  Panel on New Directions in Social Demography, Social Epidemiology, and the Sociology of Aging.  L.J. Waite and T.J. Plewes, Editors.  Washington, DC:  The National Academies Press.
  67. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, G. Rodríguez and M. Weinstein. 2014.  Beyond Self Reports: Changes in Biomarkers as Predictors of Mortality.  Population and Development Review, 40:331-360.  [Supplementary Material]  PMCID: PMC4117355
  68. Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, L. Rosero-Bixby, S-T. Chiou, and M. Weinstein.  2014.  Performance-based Measures of Physical Function as Mortality Predictors: Incremental Value Beyond Self-reports.  Demographic Research, 30:227-252. PMCID: PMC4392849
  69. Hwang, A-C., L-N. Peng, Y-W. Wen, Y-W. Tsai, L-C. Chang, S-T. Chiou, L-K. Chen.  2014. Predicting All-cause and Cause-specific Mortality by Static and Dynamic Measurements of Allostatic Load: A 10-year Population-based Cohort Study in Taiwan.   Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 15:490-496. doi:10.1016/j.jamda.2014.02.001.  PMID:  24631353.
  70. Lee, C., G. Rodríguez, D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, and N. Goldman. 2014. Increases in Blood Glucose in Older Adults: The Effects of Spousal Health.  Journal of Aging and Health, 26:952-968. doi:10.1177/0898264314534894. PMCID: PMC4042671
  71. Vasunilashorn, S. and A.A. Cohen. 2014. Stress Responsive Biochemical Anabolic/Catabolic Ratio and Telomere Length in Older Adults. Biodemography and Social Biology, 60:174-184. PMCID: PMC4347836
  72. Wu, I-C., C.A. Hsiung, I-S. Chang, M-S. Wu, Y-H. Chang and C-C. Hsu. 2015. Personal Mastery, Multisystem Physiological Dysregulation and Risk of Functional Decline in Older Adults: A Prospective Study in Taiwan. Geriatrics Gerontology International.  doi:10.1111/ggi.12334. PMID: 25109374
  73. Cornman, J.C., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, C. Ryff and M. Weinstein. 2015.  Socioeconomic Status and Biological Markers of Health: An Examination of Adults in the United States and Taiwan.  Journal of Aging & Health, 27:75-102 doi:10.1177/0898264314538661.  PMCID: PMC4284140
  74. Gersten, O., P.S. Timiras and  W. Thomas Boyce. 2015. Does Lower Subjective Social Status Yield Riskier Biomarker Profiles? Journal of Biosocial Science.  
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  75. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, R.A. Risques. 2015. Shorter Ends, Faster End:  Leukocyte Telomere Length and Mortality Among Older Taiwanese.  Journal of Gerontology:  Biological Sciences. doi:10.1093/geron/glu191PMCID: PMC4751225 (available on 2016-12-01).
  76. Goldman, N. and D.A. Glei. 2015. Quantifying the Value of Biomarkers for Predicting Mortality. Annals of Epidemiology, 25:901-906. PMCID: PMC4688113
  77. Hu, W., and J. Lu. 2015. Associations of Chronic Conditions, APOE4 Allele, Stress Factors, and Health Behaviors with Self-rated Health. BMC Geriatrics, 15:137.
  78. Crimmins, E.M. 2015. Physiological Differences Across Populations Reflecting Early Life and Later Life Nutritional Status and Later Life Risk for Chronic Disease. Population Ageing, 8:51-69.
  79. Wheaton, F.V. and E.M. Crimmins. 2015. Female Disability Disadvantage: A Global Perspective on Sex Differences in Physical Function and Disability. Aging & Society, 36:1136-1156.
  80. Cornman, J. C., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, M-C. Chang, H-S. Lin, Y-L. Chuang, B-S. Hurng, Y-H. Lin, S-H. Lin, I-W. Liu, H-Y. Liu, and M. Weinstein.  2016. Cohort Profile: The Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) in Taiwan.  International Journal of Epidemiology. doi:10.1093/ije/dyu179.  PMID: 25205853   PMCID: PMC4795557
  81. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, R.A. Risques, D.H. Rehkopf, W.H. Dow, L. Rosero-Bixby, and M.  Weinstein. 2016. Predicting Survival: Telomere Length Versus Conventional Predictors. PLoS One, 11:e0152486. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0152486. PMCID: PMC4822878.  
  82. Goldman, N., D.A. Glei and M. Weinstein. 2016. What Matters Most for Predicting Survival? A Multinational Population-based Cohort Study. PLoS One, 11:e0159273. Published online 2016 July 19. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159273. PMCID: PMC4951106.
  83. Lee, W-J., L-N. Peng, S-T. Chiou, L-K. Chen. 2016. Relative Handgrip Strength Is a Simple Indicator of Cardiometabolic Risk Among Middle-Aged and Older People: A Nationwide Population-Based Study in Taiwan.  PLoS ONE, 11:e0160876. Published on-line August 25, 2016. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160876.
  84. Lu, W-H., S-T. Chiou, L-K. Chen and F-Y. Hsiao. 2016. Functional and Mental Health Outcomes of the Joint Effects of Spousal Health: The Potential Threats of Concordant Frailty. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 17:324-330. PMID: 27016430.
  85. Lee, W-J., L-K. Chen, C-K. Liang, L-N. Peng, S-T. Chiou, P. Chou. 2016. Soluble ICAM-1, Independent of IL-6, Is Associated with Prevalent Frailty in Community-Dwelling Elderly Taiwanese People. PLOS One
  86. Lin, S-Y., W-J. Lee, M-Y. Chou, L-N. Peng, S-T. Chiou, L-K. Chen. 2016. Frailty Index Predicts All-Cause Mortality for Middle-Aged and Older Taiwanese: Implications for Active-Aging Programs. PLOS One,
  87. Culverhouse, R., N.L. Saccone, A.C. Horton, Y. Ma, K.J. Anstey, T. Banaschewski, M. Burmeister, B. Etain, H. Fisher, N. Goldman, S. Guillaume, J. Horwood, G. Juhasz, K. Lester, L. Mandelli, C.M. Middeldorp, E. Olié, S. Villafuerte, T.M. Air, R. Araya, L. Bowes, R. Burns, E.M. Byrne, C. Coffey, S. Cohen-Woods, W. L. Coventry, K. Gawronski, D. Glei, A. Hatzimanolis, J-J. Hottenga, I. Jaussent, C. Jawahar, C.  Jennen-Steinmetz, J. R. Kramer, M. Lajnef, K. Little, H. Meyer zu Schwabedissen, M. Nauck, E. Nederhof, P. Petschner, W.J. Peyrot, C. Schwahn, G. Sinnamon, D. Stacey, Y. Tian, C. Toben, S. Van der Auwera, N. Wainwright, J-C. Wang, G.  Willemsen, I.M. Anderson, V. Arolt, C. Åslund, G. Bagdy, B.T. Baune, F. Bellivier, D.I. Boomsma, P. Courtet, U. Dannlowski, E.J.C. de Geus, J. F.W. Deakin, S. Easteal, T. Eley, D.M. Fergusson, A.M. Goate, X. Gonda, H.J. Grabe, C. Holzman, E.O. Johnson, M. Kennedy, M. Laucht, N.G. Martin, G.W. Montgomery, M. Munafò, K.W. Nilsson, A.J. Oldehinkel, C. Olsson, J. Ormel, C. Otte, G. Patton, B.W.J.H. Penninx, K. Ritchie, M. Sarchiapone, J.M. Scheid, A. Serretti, J.H. Smit, N.C. Stefanis, P.G. Surtees, H. Völzke, M. Weinstein, M. Whooley, N.R. Wray, J. Nurnberger, Jr, N. Breslau, L.J. Bierut. 2017. Collaborative Meta-analysis Finds No Evidence of a Strong Interaction Between Stress and 5-HTTLPR Genotype Contributing to the Development of Depression, Molecular Psychiatry, doi:10.1038/mp.2017.44. 
  88. Chiao, C. 2017. General Cognitive Status Among Baby Boomers and Pre-boomers in Taiwan: the Interplay Between Mid-life Socioeconomic Status and City Residence. BMC Geriatrics, 17(1):113doi:10.1186/s12877-017-0503-7. PMCID: PMC5445426
  89. Chen, L-J., A. Steptoe, P-W. Ku. 2017. Obesity, Apolipoprotein E ε4,and Difficulties in Activities of Daily Living Among Older Adults: A 6-Year Follow-up Study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51:251-260. PMID: 27738971. 
  90. Cornman, J.C, Glei, D.A. 2017. Physiological Dysregulation, Frailty, and Risk of Mortality Among Older Adults. Research on Aging, 39:911-933. doi: 10.1177/0164027516630794.
  91. Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, C.D. Ryff, M. Weinstein. 2017. Can we determine whether physical limitations are more prevalent in the US than in countries with comparable life expectancy? SSM Population Health 3:808-813. doi: 10.1016/j.ssmph.2017.07.008.
  92. Lin, Y-H., M-H. Jen, K-L. Chien. 2017. Association Between Life-course Socioeconomic Position and Inflammatory Biomarkers in Older Age: A Nationally Representative Cohort Study in Taiwan. BMC Geriatrics, 17(1):201doi:10.1186/s12877-017-0598-x. 
  93. Lee, C., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein. 2017. Children’s education and parent’s trajectories of depressive symptoms. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 58(1):86-101. doi: 10.1177/0022146517690200.
  94. Lee, W-J., C-K. Liang, L-N. Peng, S-T. Chiou, L-K. Chen. 2017. Protective Factors Against Cognitive Decline Among Community-dwelling Middle-aged and Older People in Taiwan: A 6-year National Population-based Study. Geriatrics Gerontology International, 17:S1. doi:101111/ggi.13041. 
  95. Lee, W-J., L-N. Peng, S-T. Chiou and L-K. Chen. 2017. Physical Health Indicators Improve Prediction of Cardiovascular and All-cause Mortality Among Middle-Aged and Older People: A National Population-based Study. Scientific Reports, 7:40427. doi: 10.1038/srep40427. 
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