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    • Service Learning and Civic Responsibility: Assessing Aggregate and Individual Level Change 

      Brandes, Kendra; Randall, G. Kevin (International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2011)
      This study sought to expand the extant literature regarding the effectiveness of a higher education service-learning project designed to increase students’ civic and socially responsive knowledge and intentions. A class ...
    • Sharing My Journey With My Students: Applied Assignments That First Changed MY Relationships 

      Randall, G. Kevin (Family Science Review, 2012)
      Parker Palmer (1998) said it well: “We did not merely find a subject to teach - the subject also found us” (p. 25). In this brief article, I want to share with others what my subject has taught my students and me. Over the ...
    • Successful Aging: A Psychosocial Resources Model for Very Old Adults 

      Randall, G. Kevin; Martin, Peter; Johnson, Mary Ann; Poon, Leonard W. (Journal of Aging Research, 2012-05)
      Objectives. Using data from the first two phases of the Georgia Centenarian Study, we proposed a latent factor structure for the Duke OARS domains: Economic Resources, Mental Health, Activities of Daily Living, Physical ...
    • The Mediating Role of Credit Card Misuse on Collegiate Compulsive Buying: A Replication Study. 

      Dublin, Cynthia; Choi, Chang-Ok; Randall, G. Kevin (Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 2013)
      The average age at onset of compulsive buying is 18-24 years. This study replicates Palan, Morrow, Trapp, and Blackburn (2011) who investigated credit card misuse as a mediator between self-esteem, power prestige, and risk ...
    • Understanding Centenarians’ Psychosocial Dynamics and Their Contributions to Health and Quality of Life 

      Poon, Leonard W.; Martin, Peter; Bishop, Alex; Cho, Jinmyoung; da Rosa, Grace; Deshpande, Neha; Hensley, Robert; MacDonald, Maurice; Margrett, Jennifer; Randall, G. Kevin; Woodard, John L.; Miller, L. Stephen (Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research, 2010-06)
      While it is understood that longevity and health are influenced by complex interactions among biological, psychological, and sociological factors, there is a general lack of understanding on how psychosocial factors impact ...
    • What’s Love Got to Do With It? 

      Randall, G. Kevin (Family Science Review, 2014)
      Looking back over the last 20 years of co-learning with my students in the university classroom, I see some things have radically changed while others have stayed fairly constant – both for them and for me. There is no ...
    • Zika Virus and the Risk for Renter Households 

      Scarbrough, Amanda; Rathnasekara, Heranga; Holt, Melinda; Hill, Jack; Kafle, Ram (MDPI (Infectious Diseade Epidemiology), 2018)
      Recent research on family income indicates that a lack of economic stability can affect healthy housing. Those with limited resources experience higher rates of inadequate and unstable housing many times forcing them to ...