Anthony R. Bardo
Life Course, Health/Well-Being, Demography, Research Methods, Cross-Cultural
(1) Bardo, A.R., Applebaum, R.A., Kunkel, S.R., Carpio, E.A. (2014). Everyone’s talking about it, but does it work? Nursing home diversion and transition. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 33(2), 205-224.
(2) Bardo, A.R., Yamashita, T. Validity of domain satisfaction across cohorts in the US. (2014). Social Indicators Research, 117(2), 367-385.
(3) Bardo, A.R. (2017). A life course model for a domains-of-life approach to happiness: Evidence from the United States. Advances in Life Course Research, 33, 11-22.
(4) Bardo, A.R., Lynch, S.M., Land, K.C. (2017). The importance of the baby boom cohort and the great recession in understanding age, period, and cohort patterns in happiness. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8(3), 341-350.
(5) Yamashita, T., Bardo, A.R., Liu, D. (2016). Are East Asians happy to work more or less? Associations between working hours, relative income and happiness in China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 19(3), 264-274.
(6) Zang, E., Bardo, A.R. (2019). Objective and subjective socioeconomic status, their discrepancy, and health: Evidence from East Asia. Social Indicators Research, 143(2), 765-794.
(7) Yamashita, T., Bardo, A.R., Liu, D., Yoo, J.W. Education, lifelong learning and self-rated health in later life in the USA. Health Education Journal, 78(3), 328-339.
(8) Yamashita, T., Bardo, A.R., Liu, D., Cummins, P.A. Literacy, numeracy, and health information seeking among middle-aged and older adults in the United States. (2020). Journal of Aging and Health, 32(1), 33-41.
(9) Bardo, A.R., Lynch, S.M. (2021). Cognitively intact and happy life expectancy in the US. The Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 76(2), 242-251.
(10) Bardo, A.R., Cummings, J.L. (in-press). Life, longevity, and the pursuit of happiness: the role of disability in shaping racial and sex disparities in living a long and happy life. Population Research and Policy Review.
(11) Intergenerational interactions: mapping women’s mental health through movement and creativity. UKY Igniting Research Collaborations. PI: Anthony Bardo. CO-PIs: Susan Thiel, Amy Kostelic.
(12) Exploring the effects of job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic and the protective effects of Medicaid expansion among middle-aged workers across the rural-urban continuum. Interdisciplinary Network on Rural Population Health and Aging. PI: Huang Huang: CO-PIs: Anthony Bardo, Joseph Benitez.