Dissertation Title: "Three Essays on the Caregiving Experience: Informal Caregivers’ Perception of Burden and Benefits, the Importance of Coping Resources, and How Caregiver Experience Matters for Care Recipients."
Dissertation Committee: Sharon Bzostek (co-chair); Deborah Carr (co-chair); Lenna Nepomnyaschy; Emily Greenfield Cohen.
Areas of interest: Health, aging and the life course, family, quantitative methodology.
- Pristavec, Teja. 2016. Social participation in later years: The role of driving mobility. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. Advance access. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbw057
- Pristavec, Teja. Forthcoming. Unintended consequences of nutritional assistance programs: Children’s school meal participation and adults’ food security. In The Intersection of Food and Public Health: Examining Current Challenges and Solutions in Policy and Politics, eds. A. Bryce Hoflund, John Jones, and Michelle C. Pautz. Taylor & Francis.
Manuscripts Under Review:
- Pristavec, Teja. Under review. The burden and benefits of caregiving: A latent class analysis.
- Pristavec, Teja & Bzostek, Sharon. Under review. Taking off the rose-colored glasses? Comparing mothers’ and children’s reports of father involvement.
- Pristavec, Teja. 2014. The marriage diet. Contexts 13(2): 7.
- Pristavec, Teja. 2014. The social life of leftovers. Contexts 13(3): 5.
- Pristavec, Teja. 2013. Table for one, please. Contexts 12(4): 6.
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