Selected Publications

Poey, J., Hermer, L., Cornelison, L., Kaup, M., Drake, P., Stone, R., & Doll, G. (2017). Does person-centered care improve residents’ satisfaction with nursing home quality? Journal of American Medical Directors Association (JAMDA).

Doll, G., Cornelison, L., Rath, H., & Syme, M. (2017). Actualizing culture change: The Promoting Excellent Alternatives in Kansas (PEAK 2.0) program. Psychological Services, 14(3), 307-315.

Hermer, L., Cornelison, L., Kaup, M., Poey, J., Stone, R., Doll, G. (2017). The Kansas PEAK 2.0 program facilitates the diffusion of culture change innovation to unlikely adopters. The Gerontologist. doi:

Syme, M., Yelland, E., Doll, G., Cornelison, L., Poey, J., and Krajicek, R. (2016) Content analysis of public opinion on sexual expression and dementia: Implications for nursing home policy development. Health Expectations. doi: 10.1111/hex.12509

Cornelison, L. (2016). The culture change movement in long-term care: Is person-centered care a possibility for the looming age wave? NAELA Journal, 12(2).

Syme, M.L., Lichtenberg, P., & Moye, J. (2016). Recommendations for sexual expression management in long-term care: A qualitative needs assessment. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Advanced online publication.

Syme, M.L., Cohn, T.J., & Barnack-Tavlaris, J. (2016). A comparison of actual and perceived sexual risk among older adults. Journal of Sex Research. Advance online publication.

O’Connor, M., Fuller-Iglesias, H., Killian, T., Bishop, A., Margrett, J., Scott, J., & Doll, G. (2014). Engaging distance learners in research: A collaborative investigation in rural aging. (Submitted to Gerontology and Geriatrics Education).

Heinz, M., Martin, P., Doll, G., Scott, J. (accepted 2014). The delivery of distance education—Is it time for doctoral programs in gerontology? Gerontology and Geriatrics Education.

Doll, G. & Tenenbaum, E. (accepted 2014). Ethics in long-term care. The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging.

Kaup, M. & Doll, G. (2013). Organizational and environmental fit in new models of long-term care. Online Journal of International Case Analysis.

Doll, G., (2013), Sexuality in Kansas nursing homes: Practice and policy. The Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 39(7). 30-39.

Cornelison, L. & Doll, G., (2013). Management of resident sexuality in long-term care: An Ombudsman’s perspective. The Gerontologist, 53(5). 780-789.

Doll, G., Bolender, B. (2010). Age to age: A kindergarten in a nursing home. The Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 8(4).

De Vries, B., O’Donnell, J, & Doll, G. (2010). Sexuality, diversity, and inclusion: Addressing the issues for older adults. Diversity and Aging in the 21st Century: The Power of Inclusion. AARP. p. 121-130.

Doll, G. (2009). An exploratory study of resistance training and functional ability of older adults. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 33 (3), 179-190.

Martin, P., Baenziger, J., Margrett, J., Sanders, G., Cooney, T., Doll, G., & Scott, J. (2007). Innovations: Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance - A great idea! Adult Development and Aging News, 35,(3).

Doll, G. (2006). Enhancing gerontology education: The role of older adult auditors in a human development and aging course. The Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4 (3), 63-72.

Doll, G. (2004). Pioneering change in Kansas: The PEAK project. Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management, 53(4), 55-59.

Doll, G., Gray, L., & Norris-Baker, C. (2004). A PEAK experience. Pioneer Network, Spring, 2004 (4).