David E. Vance0000-0002-0498-6263
David E. Vance holds M.S. degrees in gerontological studies and applied developmental psychology and a Ph.D. degree in developmental psychology, and he completed 3 years of an NIA postdoctoral fellowship studying cognitive aging and cognitive remediation therapy. He has numerous skills working in variety of settings (e.g., children’s residential settings, mental retardation programs, Alzheimer’s daycare centers, nursing homes, and caregiver’s homes). He also teaches statistics and research methods and has particular expertise in structural equation modeling. He is actively pursuing research in cognitive aging, cognitive remediation, and aging with HIV. Also, he currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief for Nursing: Research and Reviews. Dr. Vance has over 190 publications, including over 150 peer-reviewed publications, numerous book chapters, and editorials, and has presented his research prolifically in local, national, and international venues.
Biography Updated on 6 August 2013