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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Personal correlates of happiness » Physical characteristics » Physical health » Dying

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Physical characteristics Physical health Dying
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Dying, death, decease, mortality, closeness to death, end stage
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Tate, L.A. Life Satisfaction and Death Anxiety in Aged Women.
International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 1982, Vol. 15, 299 - 306
Koivumaa-Honkanen, H.T.; Honkanen, R.J.; Koskenvuo, M.; Viinamäki, H. Life Dissatisfaction as a Predictor of Fatal Injury in a 20 Year Follow-Up.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 2002, Vol. 105, 444 - 450
Hinton, J. Comparison of Places and Policies for Terminal Care.
The Lancet, 1979, 6 January, 29 - 32
Voogt, E.; VanDerHeide, A.; VanLeeuwen, A.F. Positive and Negative Affect after Diagnosis of Advanced Cancer.
Psycho-Oncology, 2005, Vol. 14, 262 - 273
Gerstorf, D.; Goebel, J.; Ram, N. Where People Live and Die makes a Difference: Individual and Geographic Disparities in Well-Being Progression at the End of Life.
SOEP Paper No. 287, 2010, Berlin, Germany.
Gerstorf, D.; Fauth, E.; Ram, N. Between-Person Disparities in Progression of Late-Life Well-Being.
Working Paper SOEP, no. 200, 2009, DIW, Berlin, Germany
Gerstorf, D.; Hidajat, M; Mayraz, G.; Ram, N. Late-Life Decline in Subjective Well-Being Across Adulthood in Germany, the UK, and the US: Something is Wrong at the End of Life.
Psychology and Aging, 2010, Vol. 25, 477 - 485
Hsu, H. C. Physical Function Trajectories, Depressive Symptoms, and Life Satisfaction among Elderly in Taiwan.
Aging & Mental Health, 2009, Vol. 13, 202 - 212
Shaw, D.M. Euthanasia and Eudaimonia.
Journal of Medical Ethics, 2009, Vol. 35, 530 - 533
Kelmanson, I.A. An assessment of behavioural characteristics in infants who died of sudden infant death syndrome using the Early Infancy Temperament Questionnaire
Acta Paediatrica,1996, Vol. 85 , 977 - 980
Palmore, E.B.; Cleveland, W.P. Aging, Terminal Decline, and Terminal Drop.
Journal of Gerontology,1976, Vol. 31, 76 - 81
Dobríková, P. Quality of Life in Incurable Patients.
Studia Psychologica, 2010, Vol. 52,155 - 163
Gerstorf, D.; Lindenberger, U.; Röcke, C. Decline in Life Satisfaction in Old Age: Longitudinal Evidence for Links to Distance-to-Death.
Psychology and Aging, 2008, Vol. 23, 154 - 168
Palgi, Y.; Ben-Ezra, M.; Shrira, A. Delineating Terminal Change in Subjective Well-Being and Subjective Health.
Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 2010, Vol. 65, 61 - 64
Berg, A.I.; Hassing, L.B.; Thorvaldsson, V. Personality and Personal Control Make a Difference for Life Satisfaction in the Oldest-Old: Findings in a Longitudinal Population-Based Study of Individuals 80 and Older.
European Journal of Ageing, 2011, Vol. 8, 13 - 20
Gerstorf, D.; Ram, N.; Schupp, J. Perceived Personal Control Buffers Terminal Decline in Well-Being.
Psychology and Aging, 2014, Vol. 29, 612 - 625
Infurna, F.J.; Gerstorf, D.; Schupp, J. Linking Concurrent Self-Reports and Retrospective Proxy Reports About the Last Year of Life: A Prevailing Picture of Life Satisfaction Decline.
Journal of Gerontology Series B, 2014, Vol. 69, 695 - 709
Gerstorf, D.; Hoppmann, C.A.; Infurna, F.J. Terminal Decline in Well-Being: The Role of Social Orientation.
Psychology and Aging. 2016, Vol. 31, 149- 165
Miyazaki, K.; Shimozuma, K.; Suzukamo, Y. Verification of the Psychometric Properties of the Japanese Version of the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire Core 15 Palliative (EORTCQLQ-C15-PAL).
Quality of Life Research, 2012, Vol. 21, 335 - 340
Mcpherson, C.J.; Addington-Hall, J.M. Judging the Quality of Care at the End of Life: Can Proxies provide Reliable Information?
Social Science & Medicine, 2003, Vol. 56, 95 - 109
Brandmaier, A.M.; Ram, N.; Wagner, G.G. Terminal Decline in Well-Being: The Role of Multi-Indicator Constellations of Physical Health and Psychosocial Correlates.
SoepPapers, 2017, No 912, 1 - 57
Goranson, A.; Gray, K.; Ritter, R.S. Dying Is Unexpectedly Positive.
Psychological Science, 2017, Vol. 28, 988 - 999
Gerstorf, D.; Ram, N. Inquiry Into Terminal Decline: Five Objectives for Future Study.
The Gerontologist, 2013, Vol. 53, 727 - 737
Weinberg, M.K.; Bennett, P.N.; Cummins, R.A. Validation of the Personal Wellbeing Index for People with End Stage Kidney Disease.
Applied Research in Quality of Life,2016, Vol.11,1227 - 1240
Windsor, T.D.; Gerstorf, D.; Luszcz, M. Social Resource Correlates of Levels and Time-to-Death-Related Changes in Late-Life Affect.
Psychology and Aging, 2015, Vol. 30, 136 - 148
McMillan, S.C.; Mahon, M. A Study of Quality of Life of Hospice Patients on Admission and at Week 3.
Cancer Nursing, 1994, Vol. 17, 52 - 60
Vogel, N.; Schilling, O.; Wahl, H.W. Time-To-Death-Related Change in Positive and Negative Affect Among Older Adults Approaching the End of Life
Psychology and Aging, 2013, Vol. 28, 128-141
Schilling, O.; Wahl, H.W.; Wiegering, S. Affective Development in Advanced Old Age: Analyses of Terminal Change in Positive and Negative Affect
Developmental Psychology, 2012, online, 1-10
Gerstorf, D.; Ram, N. A Framework for Studying Mechanisms Underlying Terminal Decline in Well-Being
International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2015, Vol. 39, 210 - 220
Mueller, S.; Wagner, G.G.; Wagner, J. How Far Reaches the Power of Personality? Personality Predictors of Terminal Decline in Well-Being
SOEP Working paper, 2017, Nr. 944, The German Socio-Economic Panel, Germany