Dr. Mintus’ research interests include health and aging with an emphasis on disability. Much of her research focuses on understanding health disparities among older adults.
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- Latham-Mintus, K., Vowels, A. L., and S. Chavan. (2020). Neighborhood Disorder, Social Ties, and Preventive Healthcare Utilization among Urban-Dwelling Older Adults. Journal of Aging and Health, 32(10), 1387-1398.
- Coomer, M. & Latham-Mintus, K. (2019). Test Anxiety: Participation and Exclusion beyond the Institution. Research in Social Science and Disability (Vol. 11): New Narratives of Disability
- Latham-Mintus, K. (2019). A Friend in Need? Exploring the Influence of Disease and Disability Onset on Number of Close Friends among Older Adults. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Social Sciences, 74(8), e119–e124.
- Latham-Mintus, K. & Aman, K. M. (2019). Childhood Disadvantage, Psychosocial Resiliency, and Later Life Functioning: Linking Early-Life Circumstances to Recovery from Mobility Limitation. Journal of Aging and Health, 31 (3), 463-483.
- Latham-Mintus, K. & Clarke, P. J. (2019). Linking Mastery across the Life Course to Mobility Device Use in Later Life. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Social Sciences, 74(7), 1222-1232.
- Latham-Mintus, K., Vowels, A. L., & Huskins, K. (2018). Healthy aging among Black and White older American men: What is the role of mastery? The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences, 73 (2), 248-257
For more information, see Dr. Mintus’ research profile: https://sites.google.com/view/kenziemintus/home
Medical Sociology; Aging and the Life Course; Sociology of Disability