The Genetic and Environmental Contributions between Smoking Behaviors, Socioeconomic Status, and Cognitive Functioning in Mid- and Late-Life


Cognitive functioning decline has been well documented in later adulthood, and there have been several contributing health factors identified as antecedents, including cardiovascular health and diabetes. Smoking has been... [ view full abstract ]


  1. shandell pahlen (University of California Riverside)
  2. Chandra Reynolds (University of California Riverside)
  3. IGEMS Consortium (University of Southern California)

Topic Areas

Aging , Gene Finding Strategies , Development


SY-1B » GE-Interplay in potentially modifiable factors for health outcomes (10:30 - Thursday, 21st June, Yellowstone)

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