Category: Journal Articles

The life course cube, reconsidered

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2020 Authors Bernardi, L, Huinink, J, Settersten, RA Journal Advances in Life Course Research Pagination 100357 Date Published 06/2020 ISSN 10402608 Abstract In our article in a prior issue of Advances in Life Course Research, “The life course cube: A tool for studying lives” (Bernardi, Huinink, & Settersten, 2019), we … Continue reading The life course cube, reconsidered

Understanding the effects of COVID-19 through a life course lens

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2020 Authors Settersten, RA, Bernardi, L, Härkönen, J, Antonucci, TC, Dykstra, PA, Heckhausen, J, Kuh, D, Mayer, KUlrich, Moen, P, Mortimer, JT, Mulder, CH, Smeeding, TM, van der Lippe, T, Hagestad, GO, Kohli, M, Levy, R, Schoon, I, Thomson, E Journal Advances in Life Course Research Pagination 100360 Date Published 07/2020 ISSN 10402608 Abstract The Covid-19 pandemic is shaking fundamental assumptions about the human life … Continue reading Understanding the effects of COVID-19 through a life course lens

Aging-related changes in the association between negative affect and response time inconsistency in older adulthood

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2020 Authors Cerino, ES, Stawski, RS, Settersten, RA, Odden, MC, Hooker, K Journal International Journal of Behavioral Development Pagination 016502542093708 Date Published 07/2020 ISSN 0165-0254 Abstract Negative affect (NA) and positive affect (PA) are established modifiable psychosocial correlates of cognitive health and have demonstrated capacity for meaningful within-person fluctuations based on person–environment … Continue reading Aging-related changes in the association between negative affect and response time inconsistency in older adulthood

How do discrimination and self-esteem control beliefs affect prosociality? An examination among Black and Latinx youth

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2020 Authors Tyler, CP, Geldhof, GJ, Settersten, RA, Flay, BR Journal The Journal of Early Adolescence Date Published 04/2020 ISSN 0272-4316 Abstract Black and Latinx youth are situated in a maladaptive discriminatory context in the United States; however, prosociality may be one way that youth can promote their own positive development … Continue reading How do discrimination and self-esteem control beliefs affect prosociality? An examination among Black and Latinx youth

Daily linkages among high and low arousal affect and subjective cognitive complaints

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2020 Authors Cerino, ES, Hooker, K, Settersten, RA, Odden, MC, Stawski, RS Journal Aging Ment Health Pagination 1-12 Date Published 01/2020 ISSN 1364-6915 Abstract Subjective cognitive complaints may be an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease pathology and related dementias that can be detectable prior to objective, performance-based decline. Negative and positive affective … Continue reading Daily linkages among high and low arousal affect and subjective cognitive complaints

How young adults’ appraisals of work and family goals changed over the Great Recession: An examination of gender and rural-urban differences

  Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2019 Authors Recksiedler, C, Settersten, RA Journal Journal of Youth Studies Pagination 1 - 17 Date Published 09/2019 ISSN 1367-6261 Abstract Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel, we examine how work and family goals of young men and women changed from before to after the Great Recession … Continue reading How young adults’ appraisals of work and family goals changed over the Great Recession: An examination of gender and rural-urban differences

The inseparability of human agency and linked lives

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2019 Authors Landes, SD, Settersten, RA Journal Advances in Life Course Research Pagination 100306 Date Published 07/2019 ISSN 10402608 Abstract The notion that people make choices and take actions that determine the outcomes of their lives – human agency – is a central principle of the life course paradigm. … Continue reading The inseparability of human agency and linked lives

Leveraging public health research to inform state legislative policy that promotes health for children and families

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2019 Authors Tomayko, EJ, Godlewski, B, Bowman, S, Settersten, RA, Weber, B, Krahn, GL Journal Maternal and Child Health Journal Date Published 01/2019 ISSN 1092-7875 Abstract Purpose Engagement in policy is an essential public health service, with state legislatures serving as important arenas for activity on issues affecting … Continue reading Leveraging public health research to inform state legislative policy that promotes health for children and families

The life course cube: A tool for studying lives

Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2018 Authors Bernardi, L, Huinink, J, Settersten, RA Journal Advances in Life Course Research Date Published 11/2018 ISSN 10402608 Abstract This paper proposes a conceptualization of the life course as a set of behavioral processes characterized by interdependencies that cross time, life domains, and levels of analysis. We … Continue reading The life course cube: A tool for studying lives