Scott Michael Lynch
Professor in the Department of Sociology
Taylor, MG, and Lynch, SM. "Trajectories of impairment, social support, and depressive symptoms in later life." The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences 59.4 (July 2004): S238-S246. Full Text
Mustillo, S, Wilson, J, and Lynch, SM. "Legacy Volunteering: A Test of Two Theories of Intergenerational Transmission." Journal of Marriage and Family 66.2 (May 2004): 530-541. Full Text
Lynch, SM, and Western, B. "Bayesian Posterior Predictive Checks for Complex Models." Sociological Methods & Research 32.3 (February 2004): 301-335. Full Text
Lynch, SM, and Scott Brown, J. "Race, Aging, and Health: The History and Future of the Double Jeopardy Hypothesis." Contemporary Gerontology 10.3 (2004): 105-109.
Lynch, SM, Brown, JS, and Harmsen, KG. "Black-White Differences in Mortality Compression and Deceleration and the Mortality Crossover Reconsidered." Research on Aging 25.5 (September 2003): 456-483. Full Text
George, LK, and Lynch, SM. "Race differences in depressive symptoms: a dynamic perspective on stress exposure and vulnerability." J Health Soc Behav 44.3 (September 2003): 353-369.
Lynch, SM, Brown, JS, and Harmsen, KG. "The Effect of altering ADL thresholds on active life expectancy estimates for older persons." The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences 58.3 (May 2003): S171-S178. Full Text
Lynch, SM. "Cohort and life-course patterns in the relationship between education and health: a hierarchical approach." Demography 40.2 (May 2003): 309-331. (Review) Full Text
Lynch, SM, and George, LK. "Interlocking trajectories of loss-related events and depressive symptoms among elders." JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 57.2 (March 2002): S117-S125. Full Text
Lynch, SM, Magold, WD, Bean, LG, Adams, DJ, and Schwab, WA. "Who Goes, Who Stays: An Assessment of the Effects of a Freshman Mentoring and Unit Registration Program on College Persistence." Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory and Practice 4.2 (2002): 107-134.