The Relevance of Control Beliefs for Health and Aging


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Document Outline

  • The Relevance of Control Beliefs for Health and Aging
    • Introduction
    • Brief History and Conceptual Overview of the Construct of Control
    • Age Differences and Changes in Control Beliefs
    • Sociodemographic Variations in Control Beliefs
    • Relation of Control Beliefs to Aging-Related Domains
      • Is High Control Always Adaptive?
      • Mechanisms and Processes Linking Control Beliefs and Aging-Related Outcomes
    • Interventions to Modify Control Beliefs
    • Summary, Conclusions, and Future Directions
    • Acknowledgments
    • References


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