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Racial Disparities in Cognitive Functioning: The Mediating Role of Social Resources
Innovation in aging
Despite frequent recognition of disparities in cognitive functioning between White and non-White older adults, the pathways or mechanisms through which race affects cognitive functioning have yet to be elucidated. The research questions addressed in this paper are: 1) Is there a relationship between racial minority status and cognitive functioning in middle and later life? 2) To what extent do social resources (i.e., social support, social networks, and social participation) mediate thedoi:10.1093/geroni/igaa057.1099 fatcat:rh6qo5gngffr7l2myl7j372a4a