Innovation in Aging

innovationinaging  Innovation in Aging is an Open Access journal of The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) that publishes conceptually sound, methodologically rigorous research studies that describe innovative theories, research methods, interventions, evaluations, and policies relevant to aging and the life course. Journal content reflects the wide-ranging research interests of GSA members. Types of studies may include: (a) validation of novel conceptual or theoretical models; (b) evaluation of interventions, approaches, or policies; (c) implementation of innovative research methods including new techniques, devices, or evaluation methods; (d) interdisciplinary research that transfers concepts, methodologies, and interventions from other fields to studies of aging and the life course; and (e) modeling and simulations that describe factors and processes that affect outcomes during aging and the life course. Contributions are welcome from scholars in many fields, including technology, engineering, architecture, economics, business, law, political science and public policy, education, public health, social and psychological sciences, biomedical and health sciences, and the arts and humanities.


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