Studies among selected public: Middle aged

Number of studies26
Additional keywords40-60 aged

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Arnold et al. (2006): study NL 2001
 
Changes in Personal Control as a Predictor of Quality of Life after Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
 
COPD patients, before and after 20 week rehabilitation programme, Netherlands, 2001-2002
 
Borgatta et al. (1982): study US 1978
 
Alcohol Use and Abuse, Life Crisis Events, and the Elderly.
 
18+ aged general population USA, 1978 -1980
 
Bray & Howard (1980): study US 1956
 
Career Succes and Life-Satisfactions of Middle Aged Managers.
 
40+ aged, male managers, Bell Telephone Company, 1956-1976
 
Coleman & Antonucci (1983): study US 1976
 
Impact of Work on Women at Midlife.
 
40-59 aged women, USA, 1976
 
Costa & McCrae (1980): study US 1976
 
Influence of Extraversion and Neuroticism on Subjective Well-Being: Happy and Unhappy People.
 
35-85 aged white males (largely veterans), USA, 1976
 
Daukantaite & Zukauskiene (2006): study LT 2001
 
Swedish and Lithuanian employed women’s subjective well-being.
 
Middle-aged employed Lithuanian women, 200?
 
Daukantaite & Zukauskiene (2006): study SE 1998
 
Swedish and Lithuanian employed women’s subjective well-being.
 
Middle-aged employed Swedish women 1998
 
Garber (1971): study US California 1970
 
Retired Soldiers in Second Careers: Self-Assessed Change, Reference Group Salience, and Psychological Well-Being.
 
Middle-aged, presently employed army retirees, California, USA, 1970
 
Glancy et al. (1986): study US 1947
 
Adolescent Activities and Adult Success and Happiness: Twenty Four Years Later.
 
High school pupils, rural area Pensylvania USA, followed 1947-1971
 
Glenn (1975): study US 1963
 
Psychological Well-Being in the Postparental Stage: Some Evidence from National Surveys.
 
40-59 aged mothers, non-institutionalized, USA, 1963-66
 
Glenn (1975): study US 1971
 
Psychological Well-Being in the Postparental Stage: Some Evidence from National Surveys.
 
35-65 aged mothers, non-institutionalized, USA, 1971
 
Glenn (1975): study US 1972
 
Psychological Well-Being in the Postparental Stage: Some Evidence from National Surveys.
 
40-59 aged mothers, non-institutionalized, USA, 1972-73
 
Gorchoff et al. (2008): study US Alameda County, California 1981
 
Contextualizing Change in Marital Satisfaction during Middle Age.
 
43-61 aged, married women, Berekley, United States, followed 18years from 1981-1999
 
Hartog & Oosterbeek (1998): study NL 1952
 
Health, Wealth and Happiness. Why Pursue a Higher Education?
 
41 aged, Brabant, the Netherlands, followed 1952-1993
 
Hicks et al. (2004): study US 1997
 
Differences in Health-Related Quality of Life and Treatment Preferences among Black and white Patiens with End-Stage Final Disease.
 
18-54 aged, dialysed patients, USA,1997
 
Layard et al. (2009): study DE 1984
 
Does Relative Income Matter? Are the Critics Right?
 
30-55 aged non-immigrant West-Germans, West-Germany, followed 1984-2006
 
Layard et al. (2009): study US 1972
 
Does Relative Income Matter? Are the Critics Right?
 
30-55 aged white males, United States, 1972-2006
 
McKinley Runyan (1980): study US 1932
 
The Life Satisfaction Chart: Perceptions of the Course of Subjective Experience.
 
Highschool pupils, Oakland, USA, 1932, followed from age 12 to 38, 1959
 
Middleton & Byrd (1996): study US 1995
 
Psychosocial Factors and Hospital Readmission Status of Older Persons with Cardiovascular Disease.
 
Heart patients, USA, followed 90 days, 1995
 
Nettle (2005): study GB 2000
 
Happiness. The Science behind Your Smile.
 
42 aged, Great Britain, 2000
 
Palmore & Kivett (1977): study US 1968
 
Change in Life Satisfaction. A Longitudinal Study of Persons Aged 46 - 70.
 
46+ aged whites, followed 2 years, USA, 1968-1972/74
 
Palmore (1981): study US 1968
 
Social Patterns in Normal Aging: Findings From the Duke Longitudinal Study.
 
46+ aged whites, North Carolina, USA, followed from 1968 to 1976.
 
Rosmond & Lapidus (1996): study SE Göteborg 1992
 
Mental Distress, Obesity and Body Fat Distribution in Middle-Aged Men.
 
Middle-aged men, Sweden, 1992
 
Sondermeyer (1975): study NL 1970
 
Gezondheid en Geluk. (Health Correlates of Happiness).
 
40-60 aged male employees, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 197?
 
Tamakoshi et al. (2000): study JP 1989
 
Depressive Mood and Suicide among Middle-Aged Workers: Findings from a Prospective Cohort Study in Nagoya, Japan.
 
40-54 aged male workers, Japan, followed 4,5 years 1989-1995
 
Thurnher (1974): study US 1969
 
Goals, Values, and Life Evaluations at The PreRetirement Stage.
 
55+ aged, people in transition, United States, 196?