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Divided we stand: three psychological regions of the United States and their political, economic, social, and health correlates.
TLDR
Whether configurations of psychological variables, in this case personality traits, can usefully be used to segment the country is examined and results demonstrate the value of a geographical perspective in unpacking the connections between microlevel processes and consequential macrolevel outcomes.
Personality and all-cause mortality: individual-participant meta-analysis of 3,947 deaths in 76,150 adults.
TLDR
Of the higher-order personality traits measured by the five-factor model, only conscientiousness appears to be related to mortality risk across populations.
PERSONALITY AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS: INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANT META‐ANALYSIS OF 10 COHORT STUDIES
Personality is suggested to be a major risk factor for depression but large‐scale individual participant meta‐analyses on this topic are lacking.
Reproductive Behavior and Personality Traits of the Five Factor Model
We examined associations between Five Factor Model personality traits and various outcomes of reproductive behavior in a sample of 15 729 women and men from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study (WLS) and
Birthweight and mortality in adulthood: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
TLDR
The results show an inverse but moderate association of birthweight with adult mortality from all-causes and a stronger inverse association with cardiovascular mortality and suggest that birthweight can be a useful indicator of processes that influence long-term health.
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