★ Margie E. Lachman
Margie E. Lachman is an American psychologist. She is the Minnie and Harold Fayerman Professor of psychology at Brandeis University, Director of the developmental life expectancy psychology Lab, and Director of the Roybal center for active living in Boston. She was an editor of the journal gerontology: Psychological Sciences and edited two volumes on the development of middle age. She is a member of the American psychological Association, division 20, and the Gerontological society of America. Lachmans research is in the area of life expectancy development with a focus on middle age and later life. Her current work focuses on identifying psychosocial and behavioral factors that can protect, minimize, or compensate for reduced cognitive ability and health. It conducts research to examine long-term predictors of psychological and physical health, laboratory experiments to identify psychological and physiological processes associated with aging, especially in memory, and interventional studies to improve productivity and promote adaptive functioning through active participation and physical activity.
Lachman has published numerous chapters and magazine articles on these topics and has appeared on CBS Sunday Morning and NPRs TED Radio Hour. Lachman was a member of the MacArthur Foundations research network on successful midlife development and is currently collaborating on a 20-year longitudinal study of the original MacArthur midlife sample. She conducted interventional research aimed at increasing the sense of control over memory and exercise.
1. Selected awards and honors. (Избранные награды и почести)
In 2003, she received an award for outstanding scientific achievement from the American psychological Associations division on adult development and aging, and in 2015, an award for outstanding contributions to the development of gerontology in the behavioral and social Sciences from the Gerontological society of America.
2.1. Selected publications. Books. (Книги)
- Lachman, M. E. Ed. 2001. Handbook of middle-age development. New York: John Wiley.
- Lachman, M. E. Ed. 1993. Planning and controlling processes throughout your life. East Sussex: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd.
- Lachman, M. E., & James, J. Eds. 1997. Several ways of developing middle age. Chicago: University of Chicago press.
2.2. Selected publications. Journal article. (Журнальная статья)
- Lachman, M. E. 2006. Perceived control of aging-related decline: adaptive beliefs and behaviors. Modern trends in psychological science. doi:10.1111 / j. 1467-8721. 2006. 00453.икс.
- Lachman, M. E., Salom, T., & Agrigoroaei, S. 2015. Middle age as a turning point in the life path: balancing growth and decline at the intersection of youth and old age. International journal of behavioral development, 39. 20-31. doi: 10.1177 / 0165025414533223.
- Lachman, M. E. 2004. Development in middle age. Annual review of psychology, 55. 305-331. doi: 10.1146 / annurev. psychiatrist.55.090902.141521.
- Lachman, M. E., Neupert, S. D., & Agrigoroaei, S. 2011 the relevance of control believes for health and aging. Handbook of aging psychology, 7. 175-190. doi: 10.1016 / B978-0-12-380882-0.00011-5.
- Lachman, M. E., et al. 2010. Frequent cognitive activity compensates for differences in episodic memory formation. American journal of geriatric psychiatry, 18. 4-10. doi: 10.1097 / JGP. 0b013e3181ab8b62.
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