Cognitive complexity and cognitive-affective integration: related or separate domains of adult development?

@article{Labouvievief2000CognitiveCA,
  title={Cognitive complexity and cognitive-affective integration: related or separate domains of adult development?},
  author={G Labouvie-vief and Manfred Diehl},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  year={2000},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={490-504}
}
This study used a latent variable approach to describe two broad domains of adult development and their interrelations. One domain was cognitive complexity, defined by crystallized intelligence, fluid intelligence, and reflective cognition: the other domain was cognitive-affective integration, operationalized in terms of integrated and defensive coping. It was hypothesized that these 2 domains are related to each other and that they imply different developmental correlates. Structural relations… CONTINUE READING

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