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Laura L. Carstensen, MA, PhD

Director of the Stanford Center on Longevity, Professor of Psychology, and Stanford Health Policy Associate

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The following is a collection of news items with mention of Laura Carstensen found on various external websites using an automated process:

February 6th, 2012

Retirement in an Era of Long Life

Mention of Laura Carstensen via TheStreet.com

Laura L. Carstensen: "It seems that national discussions about retirement quickly turn to the long-term viability of Social Security. The problem with retiring in the early 60s isn't just a problem for Social Security. It's much bigger. We are squandering the opportunity to redesign life." Read more »


December 1st, 2011

Five Questions With Laura Carstensen

Mention of Laura Carstensen via On Wall Street

The founding director of the Research Center on the Prevention of Financial Fraud talks about the nature of scams and what advisors can do to protect their clients. Read more »


October 11th, 2011

Living Longer and Better

Mention of Laura Carstensen via KERA

[Audio] We'll spend this hour with Dr. Laura L. Carstensen, founding director of the Stanford Center on Longevity and author of "A Long Bright Future: An Action Plan for a Lifetime of Happiness, Health, and Financial Security" (Broadway, 2009). Read more »


April 1st, 2011

Increased Happiness Begins at Middle-Age

Mention of Laura Carstensen via Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)

Older people also know they are closer to death and they grow better at living in the present, argues Laura Carstensen, professor of psychology at Stanford University. They come to focus on things that matter now like feelings and less on long-term ... Read more »


March 2nd, 2011

The road to longevity

Mention of Laura Carstensen via Los Altos Town Crier

That mixed bag was the impetus in establishing the Stanford Center on Longevity, a research facility affiliated with Stanford University that studies the nature of the entire human life span, seeking ways to use science and technology to solve the ... Read more »




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