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Project seeking participants for online exercise classes.

ORI's Exercise & Healthy Aging research team is seeking people 65 years or older to participate in free online Tai Ji Quan classes.  

New Grant: Teaching Whole Number Concepts

ORI scientists Keith Smolkowski, Ph.D. and Derek Kosty, Ph.D., join colleagues at the University of Oregon in developing a program to help struggling second graders understand whole number concepts....

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Gunn, B., Smolkowski, K., Strycker, L. A., & Dennis, C. (2021). Measuring explicit instruction Using Classroom Observations of Student-Teacher Interactions. Perspectives on Behavior Science, 44(2), 267-283. Abstract or Full Text

Cil, G., Park, J., & Bergen, A. W. (2019). Self-reported prescription drug use for pain and for sleep and incident frailty. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Abstract or Full Text

Kosty, D. B., Farmer, R. F., Seeley, J. R., Merikangas, K. R., Klein, D. N., Gau, J. M., Duncan, S. C., & Lewinsohn, P. M. (2020). The number of biological parents with alcohol use disorder histories and risk to offspring through age 30. Addictive Behaviors, 102. Abstract or Full Text

Weston, S. J., Edmonds, G. W., & Hill, P. L. (2020). Personality Traits Predict Dietary Habits in Middle-to-Older Adults. Psychology, Health, & Medicine; 25 (3); 379-387. Abstract or Full Text