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Gerontology professor presents research on aging, overcoming barriers

Monday, April 22, 2013

Dr. Bradley Fisher, professor of psychology and coordinator of the gerontology program, recently provided two invited presentations regarding aging.  He presented “Building Bridges and the Creative Imagination” during the Careers on Aging Week at the University of Central Oklahoma on April 11. The following day, he gave the closing plenary, “Stereotypes as Barriers to Treatment,” at the Cox Annual Geriatric Conference.


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