Adversity, time, and well-being: A longitudinal analysis of time perspective in adulthood.

  title={Adversity, time, and well-being: A longitudinal analysis of time perspective in adulthood.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Holman and Roxane Cohen Silver and Jacqueline A. Mogle and Stacey B. Scott},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  volume={31 6},
Despite the prominence of time in influential aging theories and the ubiquity of stress across the life span, research addressing how time perspective (TP) and adversity are associated with well-being across adulthood is rare. Examining the role of TP in coping with life events over the life span would be best accomplished after large-scale population-based exposure to a specific event, with repeated assessments to examine within- and between-person differences over time. A national sample aged… CONTINUE READING

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