Richard Schulz
Richard Schulz
Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh
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Caregiving as a risk factor for mortality: the Caregiver Health Effects Study
R Schulz, SR Beach
Jama 282 (23), 2215-2219, 1999
A life-span theory of control.
J Heckhausen, R Schulz
Psychological review 102 (2), 284, 1995
Psychiatric and physical morbidity effects of dementia caregiving: prevalence, correlates, and causes
R Schulz, AT O'Brien, J Bookwala, K Fleissner
The gerontologist 35 (6), 771-791, 1995
A motivational theory of life-span development.
J Heckhausen, C Wrosch, R Schulz
Psychological review 117 (1), 32, 2010
Physical and mental health effects of family caregiving
R Schulz, PR Sherwood
Journal of Social Work Education 44 (sup3), 105-113, 2008
Family caregiving of persons with dementia: prevalence, health effects, and support strategies
R Schulz, LM Martire
The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 12 (3), 240-249, 2004
Prevalence and impact of caregiving: A detailed comparison between dementia and nondementia caregivers
MG Ory, RR Hoffman III, JL Yee, S Tennstedt, R Schulz
The Gerontologist 39 (2), 177-186, 1999
Adaptive self-regulation of unattainable goals: Goal disengagement, goal reengagement, and subjective well-being
C Wrosch, MF Scheier, GE Miller, R Schulz, CS Carver
Personality and social psychology bulletin 29 (12), 1494-1508, 2003
A life span model of successful aging.
R Schulz, J Heckhausen
American psychologist 51 (7), 702, 1996
Effects of control and predictability on the physical and psychological well-being of the institutionalized aged.
R Schulz
Journal of personality and social psychology 33 (5), 563, 1976
Psychiatric and physical morbidity effects of caregiving
R Schulz, P Visintainer, GM Williamson
Journal of gerontology 45 (5), P181-P191, 1990
Gender differences in psychiatric morbidity among family caregivers: A review and analysis
JL Yee, R Schulz
The Gerontologist 40 (2), 147-164, 2000
Family caregiving in chronic illness: Alzheimer's disease, cancer, heart disease, mental illness, and stroke.
DE Biegel, E Sales, R Schulz
Sage Publications, Inc, 1991
Long-term adjustment to physical disability: the role of social support, perceived control, and self-blame.
R Schulz, S Decker
Journal of personality and social psychology 48 (5), 1162, 1985
The importance of goal disengagement in adaptive self-regulation: When giving up is beneficial
C Wrosch, MF Scheier, CS Carver, R Schulz
Self and identity 2 (1), 1-20, 2003
Enhancing the quality of life of dementia caregivers from different ethnic or racial groups: a randomized, controlled trial
SH Belle, L Burgio, R Burns, D Coon, SJ Czaja, D Gallagher-Thompson, ...
Annals of internal medicine 145 (10), 727-738, 2006
Association between depression and mortality in older adults: the Cardiovascular Health Study
R Schulz, SR Beach, DG Ives, LM Martire, AA Ariyo, WJ Kop
Archives of internal medicine 160 (12), 1761-1768, 2000
Patients’ recollections of stressful experiences while receiving prolonged mechanical ventilation in an intensive care unit
AJ Rotondi, L Chelluri, C Sirio, A Mendelsohn, R Schulz, S Belle, K Im, ...
Critical care medicine 30 (4), 746-752, 2002
The association of late-life depression and anxiety with physical disability: a review of the literature and prospectus for future research
EJ Lenze, JC Rogers, LM Martire, BH Mulsant, BL Rollman, MA Dew, ...
The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 9 (2), 113-135, 2001
Social support as a mediator in the relation between functional status and quality of life in older adults.
JT Newsom, R Schulz
Psychology and aging 11 (1), 34, 1996
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