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Featured Publications  Hodgdon, B. ... , 2019, Influences of work and family spillover on filial and sandwiched caregivers' psychological well-being., Int J Aging Hum Dev

 Hung, M., ... , 2019, Assessing spousal support and health in an aging population: Support and strain amidst changing social dynamics. , Soc Work Health Care

 Mahambrey, M. ... , 2020, Self-reported Big Five personality traits of individuals who have experienced partner infidelity., Pers Relatsh

 Hartanto, A., ... , 2020, Putting adversity in perspective: Purpose in life moderates the link between childhood emotional abuse and neglect and adulthood depressive symptoms., J Ment Health

 Kitayama, S., ... , 2018, Behavioral adjustment moderates the link between neuroticism and biological health risk: A U.S.-Japan comparison study., Pers Soc Psychol Bull

 Phillips, A. ... , 2018, Responses to the perceived stress scale are not associated with cortisol levels or insulin resistance in adults with type 2 diabetes., ournal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis

 Sharifian, N., ... , 2019, Social media bytes: Daily associations between social media use and everyday memory failures across the adult lifespan. , J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci

 Niebuur, J., ... , 2018, Determinants of participation in voluntary work: A systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal cohort studies., BMC Public Health


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