New Approaches to Preventing Financial Exploitation: A Focus on the Banks
The Gerontological Society of America, Public Policies & Aging Report, 2016, Vol. 26, No. 1, 15–17
Financial capacity and financial exploitation of older adults: Research findings, policy recommendations and clinical implications
Clinical Gerontologist, 40(1), August 3, 2016
Financial Exploitation, Financial Capacity, and Alzheimer's Disease
American Psychological Association, American Psychologist, 2016, Vol. 71, No. 4.312-320
Psychological and Functional Vulnerability Predicts Fraud Cases in Older Adults: Results of a Longitudinal Study
Clinical Gerontologist, October, 2015
Financial Decision-Making Abilities and Exploitation in Older African Americans: Preliminary Validity Evidence for the Lichtenberg Financial Decision Rating Scale
Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, August 18, 2015
A Person-Centered Approach to Financial Capacity Assessment: Preliminary Development of a New Rating Scale
Clinical Gerontologist, 38:49–67, 2015
Financial Decision Making and Financial Exploitation: Assessment Issues in Older Adults
Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute Policy Brief, Nov. 2014
How to Protect and Help Clients with Diminished Capacity
MetLife Online Journal, April 2014
Is Psychological Vulnerability Related to the Experience of Fraud in Older Adults?
Clinical Gerontologist, 36:132–146, 2013.
Misdiagnosis of Alzheimer
Clinical Gerontologist, 35:42–56, 2012
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