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Frank J. Infurna
Frank J. Infurna
Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University
Verified email at asu.edu
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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
3002014
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
2622021
Midlife in the 2020s: Opportunities and challenges.
FJ Infurna, D Gerstorf, ME Lachman
American Psychologist 75 (4), 470, 2020
2352020
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
2292011
Resilience To Major Life Stressors is Not as Common as Thought
FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (2), 175-194, 2016
2182016
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
1952019
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
1642018
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
1522014
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
1392010
The Multidimensional Nature of Resilience to Spousal Loss
FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
American Psychological Association, 2016
1382016
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
1312015
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
1302013
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
1142011
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
1012014
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
962014
Perceived control: Theory, research, and practice in the first 50 years
JW Reich, FJ Infurna
Oxford University Press, 2017
932017
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
922015
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
822015
Mapping developmental changes in perceived parent–adolescent relationship quality throughout middle school and high school
AM Ebbert, FJ Infurna, SS Luthar
Development and psychopathology 31 (4), 1541-1556, 2019
802019
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
802017
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