Individual well-being in middle and older adulthood: Do spousal beliefs matter?
Associations between health, control beliefs, and well-being in later life are frequently conceptualized in terms of the characteristics of individuals. However, spousal interdependencies in psychosocial characteristics are also likely to be relevant for
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