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Articles by: Corina Ilinca

Nr. 1 / 2021 - Hearing Loss, Visual Acuity, and Cognitive Limitations Among Older Persons: What Matters?
Research examining sensory impairments has been beset by several problems. To overcome these limitations, we use IPUMS-I data from the University of Minnesota. These census-type data have an N of over...
Nr. 2 / 2020 - On the Relationship Between Self-Rated Hearing and Memory in Romania
Background: The ways people evaluate their hearing and memory are included in many surveys and Censuses across the globe. The United Nations Washington Group on Disability Statistics included self-rat...
Nr. 1 / 2018 - Long-Term Influence of Subjective Hearing Assessment on Subjective Memory Functioning: Results from the Health and Retirement Study
Purpose: Recent research demonstrates an association between hearing ability and dementia. Despite these findings, mechanisms underlying the relationship remain unclear. Here we examine one such mecha...
Nr. 4 / 2018 - Self-Rated Hearing and Self-Rated Memory II: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of SHARE Data from 18 European Nations
Purpose: Recent work indicates a connection between hearing loss and dementia. Our prior research has added to this by showing strong relationships between self-reported hearing ability and self-repor...