Pi-Ju (Marian) Liu, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Institute for Health & Aging
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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Varies CA 00000
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    Claremont Graduate University, California, USAPhD2014Psychology
    National Taiwan University, Taipei, TaiwanBA2008Languages and Literature

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    Elder justice is my research focus, covering topics on elder abuse/neglect and Medicare/Medi-Cal healthcare policy. Identifying risk and protective factors of potential elder financial exploitation victims constituted my dissertation, and I have been investigating abuser risk and strength using the Elder Abuse Decision Support System (http://eadss.org/). Additionally, I work with researchers from UCSF and UC Berkeley to evaluate California’s Coordinated Care Initiative for seniors and people with disabilities (http://www.thescanfoundation.org/evaluating-medicare-medicaid-integration). My ultimate goal conducting elder justice research is to empower older adults to live in a society with social justice.
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    Telling the Story of Adult Protective Services: Piloting California Adult Protective Services Identification, Services, and Outcomes (ISO) Matrix
    Administration for Community Living 90EJIG0010-01-00Sep 30, 2017 - Sep 29, 2019
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Continuation of Cal MediConnect Rapid Cycle Polling
    The SCAN Foundation Apr 1, 2017 - Dec 31, 2018
    Role: Co-Investigator
    California Adult Protective Services Data Enhancement Project
    Administration for Community Living 90EJSG0012-01-00Sep 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2018
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Moving Towards Uniform Statewide Reporting: Evaluating California Adult Protective Services’ Readiness to Participate in the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System
    Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging Jan 1, 2016 - Dec 31, 2016
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Identification of Risk and Preventive Factors for Elder Financial Exploitation
    National Institute of Justice 2013-IJ-CX-0026Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2015
    Role: Consultant

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    1. The Importance of Investigating Abuser Characteristics in Elder Emotional/Psychological Abuse: Results from Adult Protective Services Data. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2019 06 14; 74(5):897-907. Liu PJ, Conrad KJ, Beach SR, Iris M, Schiamberg LB. PMID: 28521064.
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    2. Integration of Medicare and Medicaid for dually eligible beneficiaries: A focus group study examining beneficiaries' early experiences in California's dual financial alignment demonstration. Disabil Health J. 2018 Jan; 11(1):130-138. Graham CL, Stewart HC, Kurtovich E, Liu PJ. PMID: 29137878.
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    3. Development of short-form measures to assess four types of elder mistreatment: Findings from an evidence-based study of APS elder abuse substantiation decisions. J Elder Abuse Negl. 2017 Aug-Oct; 29(4):229-253. Beach SR, Liu PJ, DeLiema M, Iris M, Howe MJK, Conrad KJ. PMID: 28590799.
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    4. The Role of Social Support in Elder Financial Exploitation Using a Community Sample. Innovation in Aging. 2017; 1(1). Liu PJ, Wood S, Xi P, Berger D, & Wilber K. View Publication.
    5. Elder Abuse Decision Support System: Field test outcomes, abuse measure validation, and lessons learned. J Elder Abuse Negl. 2017 03; 29(2-3):134-156. Conrad KJ, Iris M, Liu PJ. PMID: 28375780.
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    6. Examining the Role of Substance Abuse in Elder Mistreatment: Results From Mistreatment Investigations. J Interpers Violence. 2019 01; 34(2):366-391. Conrad KJ, Liu PJ, Iris M. PMID: 27044491.
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    7. Importance of Numeracy as a Risk Factor for Elder Financial Exploitation in a Community Sample. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2016 11; 71(6):978-986. Wood SA, Liu PJ, Hanoch Y, Estevez-Cores S. PMID: 26224756.
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    8. In T. M. Hess, J. Strough, & C. E. Löckenhoff (Eds.), Aging and Decision-Making: Empirical and Applied Perspectives. Choice and aging: Less is more. 2015; 309-327. Liu P, Wood S, & Hanoch Y.
    9. In J.T. Pedrotti & L.M. Edwards (Eds.), Perspectives on the intersection of positive psychology and multiculturalism. Positive psychology across the lifespan. 2014; 109-124. Nakamura J, Warren M, Branand B, Liu P, Wheeler B, & Chan T.
    10. Neuropsychological profiles of victims of financial elder exploitation at the los angeles county elder abuse forensic center. J Elder Abuse Negl. 2014; 26(4):414-23. Wood S, Rakela B, Liu PJ, Navarro AE, Bernatz S, Wilber KH, Allen R, Homeier D, Homier D. PMID: 24848863.
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    11. Risk-taking differences across the adult life span: a question of age and domain. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2014 Nov; 69(6):870-80. Rolison JJ, Hanoch Y, Wood S, Liu PJ. PMID: 24149517.
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    12. Subjective numeracy scale as a tool for assessing statistical numeracy in older adult populations. Gerontology. 2013; 59(3):283-8. Rolison JJ, Wood S, Hanoch Y, Liu PJ. PMID: 23391745.
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    13. One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish: effects of price frames, brand names, and choice set size on Medicare Part D insurance plan decisions. Med Care Res Rev. 2012 Aug; 69(4):460-73. Barnes AJ, Hanoch Y, Wood S, Liu PJ, Rice T. PMID: 22311955.
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    14. Undue influence and financial capacity: A clinical perspective. Generations: Journal of the American Society on Aging. 2012; 2(36):53-58. Wood S, & Liu P. .
    15. Numeracy and Medicare Part D: the importance of choice and literacy for numbers in optimizing decision making for Medicare's prescription drug program. Psychol Aging. 2011 Jun; 26(2):295-307. Wood S, Hanoch Y, Barnes A, Liu PJ, Cummings J, Bhattacharya C, Rice T. PMID: 21553984.
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    16. Choosing the right medicare prescription drug plan: the effect of age, strategy selection, and choice set size. Health Psychol. 2011 Nov; 30(6):719-27. Hanoch Y, Wood S, Barnes A, Liu PJ, Rice T. PMID: 21604880.
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