Elizabeth J. Bergman, Ph.D.

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2008 University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
Area:
Stress and coping, clinical geropsychology, family caregiving
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William E. Haley grad student 2008 University of South Florida
 (Service utilization among bereaved spouses and family caregivers.)
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Bergman EJ, Erickson MA, Simons JN. (2014) Attracting and Training Tomorrow's Gerontologists: What Drives Student Interest in Aging? Educational Gerontology. 40: 172-185
Bergman EJ, Haley WE, Small BJ. (2011) Who uses bereavement services? An examination of service use by bereaved dementia caregivers. Aging & Mental Health. 15: 531-40
Bergman EJ, Haley WE, Small BJ. (2010) The role of grief, anxiety, and depressive symptoms in the use of bereavement services. Death Studies. 34: 441-58
Krout JA, Bergman E, Bianconi P, et al. (2010) Intergenerational service learning with elders: multidisciplinary activities and outcomes. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education. 31: 55-74
Bergman EJ, Haley WE. (2009) Depressive symptoms, social network, and bereavement service utilization and preferences among spouses of former hospice patients. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 12: 170-6
Haley WE, Bergman EJ, Roth DL, et al. (2008) Long-term effects of bereavement and caregiver intervention on dementia caregiver depressive symptoms. The Gerontologist. 48: 732-40
Jang Y, Bergman E, Schonfeld L, et al. (2007) The mediating role of health perceptions in the relation between physical and mental health: a study of older residents in assisted living facilities. Journal of Aging and Health. 19: 439-52
Jang Y, Bergman E, Schonfeld L, et al. (2006) Depressive symptoms among older residents in assisted living facilities. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 63: 299-315
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