Behavioral approach and behavioral inhibition as moderators of the association between negative life events and perceived control in midlife
A strong sense of control over the environment is an important component of well-being and promotes resilience to stress. This paper reports a longitudinal investigation of associations between negative life events in midlife, approach-avoidance aspects of personality, and control beliefs in a population-based sample of midlife adults. Results indicated that the experience of negative life events was associated with weaker control beliefs. Behavioral approach was positively related to control,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Personality and Individual Differences|
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