Psychological and Social Factors that Promote Positive Adaptation to Stress and Adversity in the Adult Life Cycle

@article{Ambriz2012PsychologicalAS,
  title={Psychological and Social Factors that Promote Positive Adaptation to Stress and Adversity in the Adult Life Cycle},
  author={M. G. Jim{\'e}nez Ambriz and M. Izal and I. Montorio},
  journal={Journal of Happiness Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={833-848}
}
The phenomenon of resilience reflects positive adaptation despite contexts of risk, significant adversity, or trauma (Masten and Powell 2003; Luthar 2006). The purpose of this investigation was to propose a mediation model to explain the relation between stress and some psychological and social resources that enhance positive adaptation throughout the entire adult life cycle, and to explore the moderator role of age and country of origin. The indicator of positive adaptation was life… Expand
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