A time to be chronically stressed? Maladaptive time perspectives are associated with allostatic load

  title={A time to be chronically stressed? Maladaptive time perspectives are associated with allostatic load},
  author={Olivier Bourdon and Catherine Raymond and Marie-France Marin and Lening A Olivera-Figueroa and Sonia J. Lupien and Robert-Paul Juster},
  journal={Biological Psychology},

The role of time perspective and acculturative stress on adaptive and maladaptive stress coping strategies of Puerto Ricans living in the island of Puerto Rico and the state of Connecticut in mainland United States

We assessed the role of Time Perspective (TP) and acculturative stress on adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies, across healthy and treatment-seeking Puerto Ricans living in the island of Puerto

The Impact of COVID-19 Traumatic Stressors on Mental Health: Is COVID-19 a New Trauma Type

Results indicated that COVID-19 traumatic stressors, and each of its three subtypes, were unique predictors of PTSD, anxiety, and depression, thus, CO VID-19 is a new type of traumatic stress that has serious mental health effects.

Does deviation from a balanced time perspective meaningfully relate to alcohol use and symptoms of anxiety and depression? Comparing results using DBTP and DBTP-r

Time perspective research examines the way in which thoughts and/or feelings about the past, present, and future influence behavior, and deviation from a balanced time perspective (DBTP) has been

Can ancient and modern stressors be distinguished? A mixed-methods exploration of psychosocial characteristics and health symptoms in young and older adults

An evolutionary distinction between AS and MS provides an important psychological dimension in better understanding and assessing stress-health processes and may enable individuals to better withstand AS than MS.

The Physiological Effects of Firefighters in Response to the Duality of Heat and Emergency Crises

  • DeAnjelo J. L. Bradley
  • Psychology
    International Journal of Public and Private Perspectives on Healthcare, Culture, and the Environment
  • 2022
The article aimed to study the psychological and mental stress that a firefighter goes through. Firefighters experience a high level of anxiety as part of their job nature. Sleep disruption, fatigue,

Childhood poverty, immune cell aging, and African Americans' insulin resistance: A prospective study

Abstract The present study investigated developmental pathways that can contribute to chronic disease among rural African Americans. With a sample of 342 African American youth (59% female) from the

Reduciendo la ideación suicida en adolescentes con terapia de perspectiva temporal. Un estudio experimental

Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the world, a problem that has been steadily increasing in recent years for the adolescent population. In particular, suicidal ideation has been

When time falls apart: The public health implications of distorted time perception in the age of COVID-19.

Collective trauma, like the COVID-19 pandemic, can dramatically alter how we perceive time and view our futures. Indeed, the pandemic has challenged us to cope with an ambiguous, invisible threat



Do Chronic Stressors Lead to Physiological Dysregulation? Testing the Theory of Allostatic Load

The results provide some support for the theory of allostatic load, although the relationship between life challenges and physiological dysregulation is weak, and the evidence supports the stress-buffering hypothesis.

Domains of Chronic Stress, Lifestyle Factors, and Allostatic Load in Middle-Aged Mexican-American Women

Chronic work, financial, and caregiving stressors are associated with physiological dysregulation in Mexican-American women and are among the first to examine multiple domains of chronic stress in relation to allostatic load.

Future Time Perspective: Opportunities and Limitations Are Differentially Associated with Subjective Well-Being and Hair Cortisol Concentration

This project first seeks to replicate the two-dimensional structure of the Future Time Perspective Scale, and then examines the associations these dimensions may have with different measures of subjective well-being and a biological indicator of chronic stress.

Perceived Stress in Adults Aged 65 to 90: Relations to Facets of Time Perspective and COMT Val158Met Polymorphism

It is demonstrated that perceived stress is closely linked to time perspective and the need to take negative aspects of a future temporal orientation into account to understand this relation is highlighted.

Price of adaptation--allostatic load and its health consequences. MacArthur studies of successful aging.

An operational definition of allostatic load is presented, along with preliminary evidence of its predictive validity in relation to salient outcomes of aging, to provide the basis for a more comprehensive assessment of major risks in the aging process.

The other side of the coin: blunted cardiovascular and cortisol reactivity are associated with negative health outcomes.

  • A. PhillipsAnnie T. GintyB. Hughes
  • Psychology, Biology
    International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
  • 2013

A transdisciplinary perspective of chronic stress in relation to psychopathology throughout life span development

It is argued that the allostatic load model goes beyond traditional stress–disease theories toward the advancement of person-centered research and practice that promote not only physical health but also mental health.