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1947 1
1949 1
1952 2
1953 1
1955 1
1956 2
1957 4
1958 4
1959 4
1962 1
1963 1
1964 2
1971 1
1972 1
1974 2
1975 6
1976 14
1977 52
1978 74
1979 87
1980 115
1981 114
1982 110
1983 132
1984 156
1985 155
1986 176
1987 159
1988 191
1989 182
1990 213
1991 209
1992 204
1993 184
1994 182
1995 199
1996 198
1997 210
1998 195
1999 205
2000 213
2001 241
2002 263
2003 302
2004 340
2005 342
2006 406
2007 398
2008 473
2009 513
2010 463
2011 460
2012 500
2013 484
2014 546
2015 482
2016 413
2017 476
2018 291
2019 103
2020 0
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Life Events and Personality Trait Change.
Bleidorn W, et al. J Pers 2018 - Review. PMID 27716921 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: Theory and research have emphasized the impact of life events on personality trait change. In this article, we review prospective research on personality trait change in response to nine major life events in the broader domains of love and work. ...We discuss the implications of the results for theory and research and provide directions for future studies on life events and personality trait change....
OBJECTIVE: Theory and research have emphasized the impact of life events on personality trait change. In this article, …
Life-change events and participation in physical activity: a systematic review.
Allender S, et al. Health Promot Int 2008 - Review. PMID 18364364
Previous work has identified that periods of transition across a life course, or 'life-change events' have implications for drop out from PA. ...This paper represents a first step towards a detailed programme of work on life-change events and PA....
Previous work has identified that periods of transition across a life course, or 'life-change events' have impli …
Subjective well-being and adaptation to life events: a meta-analysis.
Luhmann M, et al. J Pers Soc Psychol 2012. PMID 22059843 Free PMC article.
Previous research has shown that major life events can have short- and long-term effects on subjective well-being (SWB). The present meta-analysis examines (a) whether life events have different effects on affective and cognitive well-being and (b) how the rate of adaptation varies across different life events. ...The findings show that life events have very different effects on affective and cognitive well-being and that for most events the effects of life events on cognitive well-being are stronger and more consistent across samples. ...
Previous research has shown that major life events can have short- and long-term effects on subjective well-being (SWB). The p …
A synthesis of the literature on trauma-informed care
Reeves E. Issues Ment Health Nurs 2015 - Review. PMID 26440873
Patients with a history of traumatic life events can become distressed or re-traumatized as the result of healthcare experiences. ...However, despite the widespread prevalence of traumatic life experiences such as sexual assault and intimate partner violence, trauma-informed care has not been widely researched or implemented. ...
Patients with a history of traumatic life events can become distressed or re-traumatized as the result of healthcare experienc …
[Stressful life events and mood disorders: a community sample].
Jansen K, et al. Cien Saude Colet 2014. PMID 25184599 Portuguese. Free article.
A significant relationship was found between categories of stressful life events and mood disorder episodes. A higher incidence of stressful life events was found among young people in a mixed episode compared to young people in a depressive, (hypo)maniac episode with controls. This finding suggests a psychosocial interaction between stressful life events and the occurrence of mood disorders....
A significant relationship was found between categories of stressful life events and mood disorder episodes. A higher incidenc …
Associations of stressful life events with coping strategies of 12-15-year-old Norwegian adolescents.
Undheim AM and Sund AM. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2017. PMID 28382546
Different domains of stressful life events were associated with the coping strategies, and these relationships differed at various time-points by gender. In sum, school stress and stressful life events in one's network (network stress) was associated with coping strategies more strongly among girls, while family and miscellaneous stress showed a stronger association among boys. ...
Different domains of stressful life events were associated with the coping strategies, and these relationships differed at var …
Dealing With Major Life Events and Transitions: A Systematic Literature Review on and Occupational Analysis of Spirituality.
Maley CM, et al. Am J Occup Ther 2016 - Review. PMID 27294990
This systematic literature review analyzed the construct of spirituality as perceived by people who have experienced or are experiencing a major life event or transition. ...The results provide insights into the intersection of spirituality, meaning, and occupational engagement as understood by people experiencing a major life event or transition and suggest further research that addresses spirituality in occupational therapy and interdisciplinary intervention....
This systematic literature review analyzed the construct of spirituality as perceived by people who have experienced or are experiencing a m …
Two versions of life: emotionally negative and positive life events have different roles in the organization of life story and identity.
Berntsen D, et al. Emotion 2011. PMID 21875191 Free PMC article.
The life distribution of the positive events showed a marked peak in young adulthood whereas the life distribution for the negative events peaked at the participants' present age. The positive events were mostly events from the cultural life script-that is, culturally shared representations of the timing of major transitional events. ...
The life distribution of the positive events showed a marked peak in young adulthood whereas the life distribution for …
Life events: perceptions and frequencies.
Masuda M and Holmes TH. Psychosom Med 1978. PMID 663053
Life changes have been associated with illness onset. The Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS) records numerical perceptions of the meaning of life events while the Schedule of Recent Experience (SRE) records the frequency of occurrence of life events. ...They reveal significant variability among groups in their perceptions of life events as well as in their reports of the frequency of occurrence. ...
Life changes have been associated with illness onset. The Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS) records numerical perceptions of th
Changes and events over life course: a comparative study between groups of older adults.
Silva LM, et al. Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25806625 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: to identify the changes which had occurred over the last year in the life of older adults, as well as the values attributed to these changes. ...RESULTS: among the 236 older adults interviewed, it was observed that 30.0% reported health as the main change in their life course in the last year, this category being the most significant response among the older adults aged between 80 and 84 years old (37.7%). ...
OBJECTIVE: to identify the changes which had occurred over the last year in the life of older adults, as well as the values attribute …
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