Jasmin Tahmaseb McConatha, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology


Professor Tahmaseb McConatha conducts research on the intersecting influences of adulthood and aging, culture, and well-being. She previously coordinated the WCU Gerontology Program for 12 years and has directed the World Health Organization Global Consortium of Age Friendly Cities and Community and AARP’s Livable Cities for all People since 2014 and 2016 respectively. She conducts research on immigrant woman and well-being (work/life balance; food, culture, and illness management; and coping with transitional stress; and ageism). She has more than 20 years of experience teaching courses, conducting research. She has published 4 books, several chapters, and dozens of articles on the above topics.

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