Publications and Presentations

Keysor JJ.  Does Late-Life Physical Activity Prevent or Minimize Disablement?
A Critical Review of the Scientific Evidence. (Invited paper, Accepted Journal of Health Promotion, 2003)

Keysor JJ, Callahan LF, DeVellis BM, DeVellis RF, Jordan JM, Mutran EJ.  Arthritis Self-Management: What do We Know about the Factors Related to Strategy Use? (In press: Arthritis Care & Research, 2003)

Jette AM, Keysor JJ.  Models of Disability: Implications for Arthritis Exercise and Physical Activity Interventions  (In press, Arthritis Care and Research, 2003)

Jette AM, Keysor JJ.  “Uses of Evidence” in Disability and Outcomes and Effectiveness      Research: Evidence of What?  Milbank Quarterly 80:325-345, 2002

Keysor JJ, Jette AM.  Have we oversold the benefit of late-life exercise?  Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences 56A: 412-423, 2001

Keysor JJ, Currey SS, Callahan LF.  Behavioral Aspects of Arthritis and Rheumatic Disease Self-Management.  Disease Management & Health Outcomes 9:98-98, 2001

Keysor JJ, Desai T, Mutran EJ. Elderly people’s preferences for care setting: short- and long-term disablement scenarios.  The Gerontologist 39:3:334-344, 1999

Keysor JJ, Sparling JW, Riegger-Krugh C. The experience of knee arthritis in athletic young and middle-aged adults: an heuristic study. Arthritis Care and Research 11:4:261-270, 1998

Riegger-Krugh C, Keysor J. Skeletal malalignments of the lower quarter: correlated and compensatory motions and postures. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 23:2:164-170, 1996

Keysor JJ, Riegger-Krugh C. Physical Activity Recommendations for People Living with Knee Joint Arthritis. Videotape, Health Sciences Consortium of Chapel Hill, NC, 1995