Frank J. Infurna
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Mental work demands, retirement, and longitudinal trajectories of cognitive functioning.
GG Fisher, A Stachowski, FJ Infurna, JD Faul, J Grosch, LE Tetrick
Journal of occupational health psychology 19 (2), 231, 2014
Long-term antecedents and outcomes of perceived control.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf, N Ram, J Schupp, GG Wagner
Psychology and aging 26 (3), 559, 2011
Resilience To Major Life Stressors is Not as Common as Thought
FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (2), 175-194, 2016
Fixing the growth illusion: New directions for research in resilience and posttraumatic growth
FJ Infurna, E Jayawickreme
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (2), 152-158, 2019
Perceived control reduces mortality risk at low, not high, education levels.
NA Turiano, BP Chapman, S Agrigoroaei, FJ Infurna, M Lachman
Health psychology 33 (8), 883, 2014
The nature and cross-domain correlates of subjective age in the oldest old: Evidence from the OCTO Study.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf, S Robertson, S Berg, SH Zarit
Psychology and Aging 25 (2), 470, 2010
Re-evaluating the notion that resilience is commonplace: A review and distillation of directions for future research, practice, and policy
FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
Clinical psychology review 65, 43-56, 2018
Level and change in perceived control predict 19-year mortality: Findings from the Americans’ changing lives study.
FJ Infurna, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Developmental Psychology 49 (10), 1833, 2013
Post‐traumatic growth as positive personality change: Challenges, opportunities, and recommendations
E Jayawickreme, FJ Infurna, K Alajak, LER Blackie, WJ Chopik, JM Chung, ...
Journal of personality 89 (1), 145-165, 2021
The Multidimensional Nature of Resilience to Spousal Loss
FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
American Psychological Association, 2016
Examining dynamic links between perceived control and health: longitudinal evidence for differential effects in midlife and old age.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf, SH Zarit
Developmental psychology 47 (1), 9, 2011
Midlife in the 2020s: Opportunities and challenges.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf, ME Lachman
American Psychologist 75 (4), 470, 2020
Childhood trauma and personal mastery: Their influence on emotional reactivity to everyday events in a community sample of middle-aged adults
FJ Infurna, CT Rivers, J Reich, AJ Zautra
PloS one 10 (4), e0121840, 2015
Perceived control relates to better functional health and lower cardio-metabolic risk: the mediating role of physical activity.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf
Health psychology 33 (1), 85, 2014
Perceived personal control buffers terminal decline in well-being.
D Gerstorf, J Heckhausen, N Ram, FJ Infurna, J Schupp, GG Wagner
Psychology and Aging 29 (3), 612, 2014
Job strain and trajectories of change in episodic memory before and after retirement: results from the Health and Retirement Study
R Andel, FJ Infurna, EAH Rickenbach, M Crowe, L Marchiondo, GG Fisher
J Epidemiol Community Health 69 (5), 442-446, 2015
Perceived control: Theory, research, and practice in the first 50 years
JW Reich, FJ Infurna
Oxford University Press, 2017
Changes in life satisfaction when losing one's spouse: Individual differences in anticipation, reaction, adaptation and longevity in the German Socio-economic Panel Study (SOEP)
FJ Infurna, M Wiest, D Gerstorf, N Ram, J Schupp, GG Wagner, ...
Ageing & Society 37 (5), 899-934, 2017
The effects of constraints and mastery on mental and physical health: Conceptual and methodological considerations.
FJ Infurna, A Mayer
Psychology and Aging 30 (2), 432, 2015
Linking perceived control, physical activity, and biological health to memory change.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 28 (4), 1147, 2013
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