Media

Nov 20, 2019, “Cognitive decline and social isolation common reasons for elderly financial abuse.” Alzheimer’s Prevention Bulletin.  link

Aug 30, 2019, “Who's Most Likely to Scam a Senior? The Answer May Surprise You.” U.S. News and World Report.  link

Aug 15, 2019, CBS affiliate KNX-AM (Los Angeles) radio interview.  link

Aug 15, 2019, “Financial abuse of older adults by family members more common than scams by strangers.”  ScienceDaily.  link

Aug 15, 2019, “The sad truth about who is abusing older adults the most.”  MarketWatch.  link

Aug 15, 2019, “The surprising source behind financial elder abuse, according to researchers.”  FOX Business.  link

Aug 15, 2019, “Study: Financial abuse of older adults by family members more common than scams by strangers.”  Keck School News.  link

Jun 19, 2019, “People Are Ripping Off LA Seniors At Alarming Rates – And It’s Making Them Sick.” The LAist.  link

May 21, 2019, “Brains and Losses: Part III.” Marketplace (American Public Media, heard on National Public Radio).  link

May 16, 2019, “Age of fraud: Are seniors more vulnerable to financial scams?” Marketplace (American Public Media, heard on National Public Radio).  link

Apr 27, 2019, “Les solutions (simples) pour lutter contre la mémoire qui flanche.”  Slate (France).  link

Jun 28, 2018, “Senior Phone Scams.”  Top of Mind with Julie Rose.  BYU Radio.  link

Jun 4, 2018, “If Rich People Are the Variables in ‘Westworld,’ No Wonder the Experiment Sucks.”  Motherboard -- Vice News.  link

Mar 12, 2018, “Why Seniors are Susceptible to Phone Scams and Fraud, and How to Stop Them.”  USC News.  link

Feb 28, 2018, “The Finance, Cognition, and Health in Elders Study: Toward Preventing Financial Exploitation of Older Adults.”  National Center on Elder Abuse blog link

Oct 31, 2017, “How a focus on rich education people skews brain studies.” The Atlantic.  link

Jul 11, 2017, “Duke Han -- Neuropsychologist detecting Alzheimer's disease long before symptoms emerge.”  Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) podcast link

Jun 20, 2017, “I test neuropsicologici per l’individuazione precoce dell’ Alzheimer.” State of Mind (Italy).  link

Jun 12, 2017, “Alzheimer's test: Mental skills exam could detect disease years before symptoms develop.”  Express Daily (UK).  link

Jun 6, 2017, CBS affiliates KNX-AM (Los Angeles) and KCBS-AM (San Francisco) radio interviews.  link

Jun 6, 2017, “Call for routine cognitive screening for over-50s.” 6minutes (Australia).  link

May 31, 2017, “Detecting Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms emerge.” EurekAlert link

Apr 13, 2017, “Seniors' Brain Changes Could Make Them Vulnerable to Scams.”  HealthDay link

Mar 30, 2017, “#NCEANow Twitter Chat.”  National Center on Elder Abuse.  link

Mar 7, 2017, “Financial Fraud in Later Life: A Growing Epidemic.”  National Center on Elder Abuse.  link

Feb 27, 2017, “Financial Literacy: A Way to Address the Problem of Financial Exploitation?”  Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).  link

Jul 12, 2016, “Brain scans offer insights into loss of money skills.”  National Institute on Aging.  link

Oct 27, 2015, “OSP Scholar Spotlight: Dr. S. Duke Han.”  National Institute on Aging.  link

Oct 12, 2015, “Age-associated financial vulnerability often overlooked.”  Reuters.  link

 

Jul 27, 2015, “Meet a clinical neuropsychologist.”  American Board of Professional Psychology.  link

 

Jan 18, 2012, “Genes affect how sharp you’ll be as you age.”  WebMD.  link

 

Nov 22, 2011, “Maximize your memory: Tips to improving memory.” CBS News (Television).  link

 

Feb 16, 2010, “Variant linked to Alzheimer’s may make you smarter.”  The World Today (Australian Broadcasting Company).  link

 

Feb 10, 2010, “A gene for Alzheimer’s makes you smarter.”  The New Scientist.  link

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