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Featured Publications  Bowen, C. ... , 2020, Young people feel wise and older people feel energetic: Comparing age stereotypes and self-evaluations across adulthood., Eur J Ageing

 Wilson, T. ... , 2021, Emotion regulation and coping with racial stressors among African Americans across the lifespan., Dev Rev

 Kitayama, S., ... , 2020, Culture and well-being in late adulthood: Theory and evidence., Am Psychol

 Mann, F. ... , 2021, Demographic correlates of inflammatory and antiviral gene expression in the study of Midlife in the United States (MIDUS)., Biodemography Soc Biol

 Kruk, M., ... , 2021, Femininity concerns and feelings about menstruation cessation among lesbian, bisexual, and heterosexual women: Implications for menopause., J Womens Health

 Joshanloo, ... , 2021, Within-person relationship between religiosity and life satisfaction: A 20-year study., Pers Individ Dif

 Joshanloo, ... , 2021, Centrality and dimensionality of 14 indicators of mental well-being in four countries: Developing an integrative framework to guide theorizing and measurement., Soc Indic Res

 Imami, L., ... , 2021, Links between socioeconomic status, daily depressive affect, diurnal cortisol patterns, and all-cause mortality. , Psychosom Med

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