Dawn C. Carr

Exploring ways to facilitate healthy and active aging

In the Media

Quoted in the Media

2017 “Five ways older Australians can embrace technology to redefine later life” The Conversation

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2017: “Pepper Institute Faculty elected as fellows of national aging society.” Florida State University News

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2016: “Study: Elders who use tech tools feel less lonely, more physically fit” Santa Cruz Sentinel / The Mercury News 

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2016: “Extracurricular activities in youth tied to social engagement later in life” Reuters

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2016: “Oldest adults may have much to gain from social technology, according to Stanford research” Stanford News

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2016: “FSU researcher: Plan ahead for successful aging”
Florida State University News

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2016: “Plan ahead for successful aging, researcher says.” Medical Xpress.

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2016: “Study: Volunteering, working come with hidden health benefits” Georgia State University News.

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2016: “My husband and I were a classic introvert-extrovert pair. Then we switched” Quartz

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2016: “Family Caregiving” Program and Policy Implications

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2014: “Tougher Than They Look.” New York Times.

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Listen to an interview with Dawn Carr on Silver Alerts on National Public Radio, WVXU here.

 

2011: “Silver Alert program questioned” The News-Herald

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Popular Press Publications

Carr, D.C. (2015). Whatever doesn’t kill you, will only make you stronger? Psychology Today
Carr, D.C. (2015). Want to live longer? Make good friends. Psychology Today
Carr, D.C. (2015). What it means to live a good life. Psychology Today
Carr, D.C.
(2014). Why we should all be more suspicious. Psychology Today
Carr, D.C., (2014). Why you should stop worrying so much about what you eat. Psychology Today
Carr, D.C., (2014). Use it or lose it. Psychology Today
Carr, D.C. (2014). 5 reasons why you should volunteer. Psychology Today
Carr, D. C. (2014). Who cares what your “real age” is? Psychology Today
Carr, D. C. (2013). Embracing the Japanese approach to aging. Next Avenue
Carr, D. C. (2013). Why older minds make better decisions. Forbes

Spectrum Magazine

“The ties that bind.”  Read here.
“Are your medical wishes up to date?” Read here.
“Exercise made easy.” Read here.
“Shades of grey and zones of blue.” Read here.
“Stay healthy, stay connected.” Read here.
“Deep dive into dementia care.” Read here.
“Staying sharp.” Read here.
“Thriving when we’re social.” Read here.
“Flex your creative muscles.” Read here.
“You’re as old as you think.” Read here.
“The present is a gift.” Read here.
“Doing good feels good.” Read here.
“On the move.” Read here.
“Get smart…or don’t.” Read here.