Madeline Romaniuk

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The theoretical and empirical literature on reminiscence during the second half of life is reviewed. In general, the theoretical accounts suggest reminiscence to be an evaluative, private phenomenon involving large segments of one's past and serving an adaptive function. The unique set of problems and concerns of late life activates the process which(More)
The purpose of this study was two-fold: to determine if hypothesized functions and triggers of reminiscence are empirically supported by a Reminiscence Uses Scale and Reminiscence Triggers Scale, and to determine if functions can be predicted from triggers subject variables.Ninety-one elderly residents of retirement communities completed the paper and(More)
Adolescents engage in many risk-taking behaviors that have the potential to lead to injury. The school environment has a significant role in shaping adolescent behavior, and this study aimed to provide additional information about the benefits associated with connectedness to school. Early adolescents aged 13 to 15 years (N=509, 49% boys) were surveyed(More)
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