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Bibliographic subject: Bereavement

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Occurrences Recent life-events Individual life events Major life events Bereavement
Additional keywords
Bereavement,death, widowhood, loss
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Balkwell, C. An Attitudinal Correlate of the Timing of a Major Life Event: The Case of Morale in Widowhood.
Family Relations, 1985, Vol. 34, 577 - 581
1985
Berkman, P.L. Life Stress and Psychological Well-Being: A Replication of Langner's Analysis in the Midtown Manhatten Study.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 1971, Vol. 12, 35 - 45
1971
Brookover-Bourque, L.; Back, K.W. Life Graphs and Life Events.
Gerontologist, 1975, Vol. 15, 67
1975
Chiriboga, D.A. Stress and Loss in Middle Age.
Kalish, R.A., Ed.: "Midlife Loss: Coping Strategies.", Sage, 1989, London, UK, 42 - 88
1989
DeFrain, J.D.; Ernst, L. The Psychological Effects of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome on Surviving Family Members.
The Journal of Family Practice, 1978, Vol. 6, 985 - 989
1978
Latten, J.J. Life-Course and Satisfaction: Equal for Every-One?
Social Indicators Research, 1989, Vol. 21, 599 - 610
1989
Nock, S.L. Family Life-Cycle Transitions: Longitudinal Effects on Family Members.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1981, Vol. 43, 703 -714
1981
Palmore, E.B.; Cleveland, W.P.; Nowlin, J.B.; Ramm, D.; Siegler, I.C. Stress and Adaption in Later Life.
Journal of Gerontology, 1979, Vol. 34, 841 - 851
1979
Royse, D.; Dhooper, S.S.; Rompf, B.L. Childhood Trauma and Adult Life Satisfaction in a Random Adult Sample.
Psychological Reports, 1991, Vol. 69, 1227 - 1231
1991
Wortman, C.B.; Cohen-Silver, R. Reconsidering Assumptions about Coping with Loss: An Overview of Current Research.
Montada, L.;Filipp, S.H.;Lerner, M.J.;Eds.: "Life Crises and Experiences of Loss in Adulthood", Lawrence Erlbaum, 1992, Hillsdale, USA, 341 - 365
1992
Stones, M.J.; Kozma, A. Life Events and the Elderly: A Study of Incidence, Structure, Stability and Impact.
Canadian Journal on Aging, 1984, Vol. 3, 193 - 198
1984
Lehman, D.R.; Davis, C.G.; Delongis, A.; Wortman, C.B. Positive and Negative Life Changes Following Bereavement and Their Relations to Adjustment.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 1993, Vol. 12, 90 - 112
1993
Michalos, A.C.; Kahlke, P.M. Stability and Sensitivity in Perceived Quality of Life Measures: Some Panel Results.
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 98, 403 - 434
2010
Leopold, T.; Lechner, C.M. Parents’ Death and Adult Well-being: Gender, Age, and Adaptation to Filial Bereavement.
Journal of Marriage and Family, 2015, Vol. 77, 747 - 760
2015
Marks, N.F.; Jung, K.; Song, L. Death of Parents and Adult Psychological and Physical Well-Being. A Prospective U.S. National Study
Journal of Family Issues, 2007, Vol. 28, 1611 - 1638
2007
Anusic, I.; Lucas, R.E. Do Social Relationships Buffer the Effects of Widowhood? A Prospective Study of Adaptation to the Loss of a Spouse.
Journal of Personality, 2014, Vol.82, 367 - 378
2014
Bennett, K.M. Psychological Wellbeing in Later Life: the Longitudinal Effects of Marriage, Widowhood and Marital Status Change.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 2005, Vol. 20, 280 - 284
2005
Dijk V., D.; Heller, D.; Seger-Guttmann, T. Life-Threatening Event Reduces Subjective Well-Being Through Activating Avoidance Motivation: A Longitudinal Study.
Emotion, 2013, Vol. 13, 216 - 225
2013