National Institute on Aging (1 R01 AG057680-01A1)
Healthy Aging and Senile Dementia Program Project (P01 AG03991)
Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center (P30 AG066444)
Antecedent Biomarkers for AD: the Adult Children Study (P01 AG026276)
Paula C. and Rodger O. Riney Fund
Daniel J. Brennan MD Fund
This dataset contains measures of loneliness, anxiety, and depression from a cross-sectional study conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Older adults responded by either phone or email surveys. Variables include self-report measures of psychosocial symptoms - loneliness, anxiety, and depression.
Loneliness, Alzheimer Disease, Preclinical Alzheimer Disease, COVID-19
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