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Wong, J. D., & Almeida, D. M. (2013). The Effects of employment status and daily stressors on time spent on daily household chores in middle-aged and older adults. The Gerontologist, 53(1), 81-91.
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Wong, J. D., & Shobo, Y. (2017). The influences of daily stressors on morning cortisol levels in midlife and older retirees: The moderating roles of age and gender. Journal of Aging and Health, 29(5), 858-879.
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Wong, J. D., & Shobo, Y. (2016). The influences of employment status and daily stressors on physiological functioning in a sample of midlife and older adults. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 83(1), 26-43.
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Wong, J. D., & Shobo, Y. (2017). The moderating influences of retirement transition, age, and gender on daily stressors and psychological distress. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 85(1), 90-107.
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Wong, J. D., & Shobo, Y. (2017). Types of family caregiving and daily experiences in midlife and late adulthood: The moderating influences of marital status and age. Research on Aging, 39(6), 719-740.
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Wong, J. D., Mailick, M. R., Greenberg, J. S., Hong, J., & Coe, C. L. (2014). Daily work stress and awakening cortisol in mothers of individuals with autism spectrum disorders or Fragile X syndrome. Family Relations, 63(1), 135-147.
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Wong, N., & Gong, X. (2023). Subjective health and physical-activity engagement across adulthood: Distinguishing between within-person and between-person associations. Gerontology, 69(4), 495-505.
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Wong, Y. P., & Yang, H. (2023). The influence of subjective socioeconomic status on executive functions in middle-aged and older adults. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 30(4), 505-522.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1080/13825585.2022.2055738
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Woo, J., Lehrer, H. M., Whyne, E., & Steinhardt, M. (2020). The longitudinal association of psychological resources with chronic conditions and the mediating roles of health behaviours and allostatic load. Psychology & Health, 35(5), 629-643.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1080/08870446.2019.1656205
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Woo, J., Whyne, E. Z., & Steinhardt, M. A. (2024). Psychological distress and self-reported mental disorders: The partially mediating role of coping strategies. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping, 37(2), 180-191.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1080/10615806.2023.2258805
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Woodley of Menie, M. A., Cabeza de Baca, T., Fernandes, H. B. F., Madison, G., Figueredo, A.-J., & Penaherrera Aguirre, M. (2017). Slow and steady wins the race: K positively predicts fertility in the USA and Sweden. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 3(2), 108-117.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1007/s40806-016-0077-1
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Woodley Of Menie, M. A., Figueredo, A. J., Cabeza de Baca, T., Fernandes, H. B., Madison, G., Wolf, P. S., & Black, C. J. (2015). Strategic differentiation and integration of genomic-level heritabilities facilitate individual differences in preparedness and plasticity of human life history. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, Article 422.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00422
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Woodley, M. A., Figueredo, A. J., Dunkel, C. S., & Madison, G. (2015). Estimating the strength of genetic selection against heritable g in a sample of 3520 Americans, sourced from MIDUS II. Personality and Individual Differences, 86, 266-270.
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Woods, S. B., Hiefner, A., Roberson, P. N. E., Zahra, N., Arnold, E. M., & Udezi, V. (2022). Depressed mood and environmental mastery as potential pathways linking family relationship quality and disease self-management for African Americans with hypertension. Family Process, Article e12789.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1111/famp.12789
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Woods, S. B., Priest, J. B., & Roberson, P. N. E. (2020). Family versus intimate partners: Estimating who matters more for health in a 20-year longitudinal study. Journal of Family Psychology, 34(2), 247-256.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1037/fam0000600
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Woods, S. B., Priest, J. B., Kuhn, V., & Signs, T. (2019). Close relationships as a contributor to chronic pain pathogenesis: Predicting pain etiology and persistence. Social Science & Medicine, 237, Article 112452.
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Woods, S. B., Roberson, P. N. E., & Abdelkhaleq, H. (2023). Family strain, but not family support, is linked to worse pain interference among midlife adults reporting new chronic pain. Families, Systems & Health, 41(4), 467-477.
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Woods, S. B., Roberson, P. N. E., & Priest, J. B. (2020). Family emotional climate and health: Testing conveyance of effects via psychobiological mediators. Personal Relationships, 27(3), 674-707.
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Woods, S. B., Roberson, P. N. E., Booker, Q., Wood, B., & Booker, S. (2024). Longitudinal associations of family relationship quality with chronic pain incidence and persistence among aging African Americans. Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. Advance online publication.
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Woods, S. B., Strenth, C., Day, P., Tsewang, T., Aparicio, K., Ross, K., Ventimiglia, J., & Jetpuri, Z. (2023). Relational and individual stress pathways linking discrimination and aging cardiometabolic health. Stress and Health, 39(1), 35-47.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1002/smi.3166
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Wright, A. J., & Jackson, J. J. (2023). Do changes in personality predict life outcomes? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 125(6), 1495-1518.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1037/pspp0000472
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Wrosch, C., Heckhausen, J., & Lachman, M. E. (2000). Primary and secondary control strategies for managing health and financial stress across adulthood. Psychology & Aging, 15(3), 387-399.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1037/0882-7974.15.3.387
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Wrosch, C., Heckhausen, J., & Lachman, M. E. (2006). Goal management across adulthood and old age: The adaptive value of primary and secondary control. In D. Mroczek & T. D. Little (Eds.), Handbook of personality development (pp. 399-422). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Ehrlbaum Associates.

Xiao, Y., & Brown, T. T. (2022). The effect of social network strain on suicidal ideation among middle-aged adults with adverse childhood experiences in the US: A twelve-year nationwide study. SSM - Population Health, 18, Article 101120.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1016/j.ssmph.2022.101120
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Xiao, Y., & Brown, T. T. (2023). Moving suicide prevention upstream by understanding the effect of flourishing on suicidal ideation in midlife: An instrumental variable approach. Scientific Reports, 13(1), Article 1320.
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Xie, Z., Li, C., Xing, Z., Zhou, W., Xie, S., Li, M., & Zhou, Y. (2021). Relationship between serum fibrinogen level and depressive symptoms in an adult population with spinal cord injury: A cross-sectional study. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 17, 2191-2198.
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Xing Toh, W., Su-May Tan, T., & Sheng Keh, J. (2021). Lead us not into temptation: Differential associations of religious identification with self-regulatory traits and abilities. Journal of Research in Personality, 94, Article 104143.
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Xu, Y., & Liu, A. (2021). Elevated perceived stress scale (PSS) scores are associated with increased risk of poor sleep assessed by global PSQI scores: Cancer and hypnotics-stratified analysis in an adult population-based study. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 19, 361-368.
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Yamada, Y., Buehring, B., Krueger, D., Anderson, R. M., Schoeller, D. A., & Binkley, N. (2017). Electrical properties assessed by bioelectrical impedance spectroscopy as biomarkers of age-related loss of skeletal muscle quantity and quality. Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 72(9), 1180-1186.
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Yamagata, S., & Takahashi, Y. (2020). Moderating effects of religiosity in the genetic and environmental etiology of the Big Five personality traits in adulthood. Psychologia, 62(1), 77-89.
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