Neal Krause wins GSA's Robert Kleemeier Award

Neal Krause wins GSA's Robert Kleemeier Award

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07/20/2017

The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) has given the 2017 Robert W. Kleemeier Award to Neal Krause in recoginition of his outstanding research. The award recognizes Krause's contributions to the field of religion, health, and aging, including his development and use of measures of religious experience such as church-based social support, religious meaning, and God-mediated control. His research demonstrates that dimensions of religious experience are consequential for older Americans' health and quality of life.

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Neal Krause (Michigan)

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