Jorie Stein

Age Is in the Eye of the Perceiver
, General Aging Research, Health & Wellness, Jordan Stein, Jorie Stein, Social Relationships and Health

Assessing our external world and the people in it is a daily activity we all engage in to navigate the terrain of life. Little research,…

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“I Know the Face, but I Can't Remember the Name”: Insight into Facial Recognition & Memory Loss in Older Adults
, Cognitive Health, Jordan Stein, Jorie Stein

“I know the face, but I can’t remember the name,” is something we’ve all experienced before (i.e., recognition and remembrance of visual stimuli not syncing…

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Older Adults Who “Use It” by Volunteering Are Less Likely to “Lose It”
, Jordan Stein, Jorie Stein, Retirement, The Aging Workforce

The phrase “use it or lose it” has been uttered for years to humorously explain the physical and mental decline that can occur when individuals…

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Senior Sextistics
, Health & Wellness, Jorie Stein, Sexuality & Aging, Social Relationships and Health

Believe it or not, in some circles, it’s still taboo to talk about sex. But it’s not hard to believe that there are basically no…

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“When I Was Your Age. . .”: Benefits of Reminiscence & Storytelling
, Ageism in Research, Health & Wellness, Intergenerational Programs, Jordan Stein, Jorie Stein, Social Relationships and Health

You may recall stories your parents told you about when they were growing up. One poignant story my dad loved to tell my sister and…

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Artsy, Demented, or Both?
, Cognitive Health, Creativity and Aging, Jorie Stein

Artsy, demented, or both? It’s a question humans have asked of art and its creators since the beginning of time. While art stands among one…

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