Correlates of life satisfaction in retirement

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Retirement -- Psychological aspects, Older people -- Recreation, Quality of life, Leisure -- Psychological as
Statementby Ruth Virginia Russell.
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Request PDF | Correlates of Life Satisfaction among Aging Veterans | Background: The purpose of this study was to document the associations of stressors (combat exposure, retirement concerns, and.

Life satisfaction is one key element of subjective well-being (SWB). It represents the evaluation of one's life in general or within specific domains (e.g., health, social relations). THE STUDY OF LIFE SATISFACTION Ruut Veenhoven Chapter 1 in: Saris, W.E., Veenhoven, R., Scherpenzeel, A.C.

& Bunting B. (eds) 'A comparative study of satisfaction with life in Europe. Eötvös University Press,ISBN 2, pp. ABSTRACT This chapter reviews the literature on life satisfaction. Six questions are considered. Quality of Life Index (QLI) (Ferrans and Powers,Ferrans and Powers, )Variable.

Ferrans and Powers () defined quality of life ‘as a person’s sense of well-being that stems from satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the areas of life that are important’ for the person (p. 29). In choosing the label ‘satisfaction’ they highlighted the idea that quality of life is Cited by: 3.

Abstract. College students in 31 nations (N = 13,) completed measures of self-esteem, life satisfaction, and satisfaction with specific domains (friends, family, and finances).The authors assessed whether cross-cultural variations in the strength of associations were related to societal dimensions including income and by: Campbell et al.

() in their Quality of American Life study found that “financial situation” was rated 11th out of 12 possible sources of life satisfaction.

(pg. ) (pg. ) King and Napa () found that their subjects estimated money as worth one-fifth of the effect of happiness and one-sixth of meaning as components of the good life.

Second, psychometric properties pertaining to past and current use of classical (e.g., Life Satisfaction Index-A), second-generation (e.g., Satisfaction with Life Scale), and domain-specific (e.g., Retirement Satisfaction Index) measures of subjective well-being within old and very old populations is addressed.

Planning for retirement, reading about retirement, and exposure to radio or television programs about retirement were significant correlates of retirement satisfaction for both sexes.

Gradual retirement was a significant correlate of retirement satisfaction for males by: Predictors of Life Satisfaction. in Elderly African Americans. Patricia A.

Wilkerson. Jackson State University. Jackson, Mississippi. Statement of the Research Problem. There has been increasing interest in the well-being of the elderly population in the United States.

One specific area of interest has been the examination of factors that. After reviewing recent gerontological literature on satisfaction and happiness from the point of view of explanations by analysis of constituents, explanations by synthesis of correlates and mixtures of these two types of explanations, I described some results of a social survey of rural Ontario seniors.

A gap-theoretical account of satisfaction and happiness called Cited by:   A new study shows that delayed gratification correlates strongly with the reliability of adults in a child's life and the stability of home.

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New Study Finds The Ability to Delay Gratification Correlates with the Reliability of Adults in a Child’s Life. Aaron and I decided to exit retirement and launch. 6. Personal profit margin. One of the most sought-after advantages of being in a large group practice is the ability to hire top management talent, aggregate ancillary services, and.

Cross-sectional analyses examine personality correlates of retirement anticipation, satisfaction, and post-retirement activity levels. To obtain a fine-grained assessment of the associations between five-factor traits and retirement-related variables, we assess personality both at the level of the five higher order factors and at the level of Cited by:   Whatever the outlet is, it will surely bring great life satisfaction.

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However, he and his coauthors concluded that these Author: Daniel Solin. Chapter 1 discusses the nature of job satisfaction, including what it is and why it is an important topic for concern in organizations.

The assessment of job satisfaction is the topic of Chapter 2. Both the development of new scales and use of existing scales are covered.

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This article reviews the literature of life satisfaction in retirement, focusing on the retiree's personality. Personality effects are examined in a context including other determinants of life satisfaction: involuntary retirement, stress, health, finances, and activities, and issues of control and adaptivity are by: Global life satisfaction was measured with the Satisfaction with Life Scale (α = ) where participants rate how much they agree with self-descriptive sentences about their satisfaction of life.

This measure has been shown not to correlate with social desirability and is associated in the expected direction with other measures of subjective Cited by: In lieu of life satisfaction at w1, and in an attempt to model change in life satisfaction, we have included a measure of depressive symptoms as an indicator of psychological well-being at w1.

Although this measure correlates significantly with life satisfaction (r = −), depressive symptoms are arguably a poor proxy for life by: 6. Life Satisfaction of the Older Thai: Findings from the Pilot HART 1.

Dararatt Anantanasuwong and Udomsak Seenprachawong. T hailand has become an aging society. In11% or approximately 7 million people of the total population was aged 60 and older.

Reviews the literature since on subjective well-being (SWB [including happiness, life satisfaction, and positive affect]) in 3 areas: measurement, causal factors, and theory.

Most measures of SWB correlate moderately with each other and have adequate temporal reliability and internal consistency; the global concept of happiness is being replaced with more specific Cited by: Smith, P.C. () The Measurement of Satisfaction in Work and Retirement: A Strategy for the Study of Attitudes.

Rand McNally, Chicago, IL. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: The Impact of Wellness Programs on Employee Job Satisfaction in Colleges and Universities.

AUTHORS: Donel J. Richemond, Charles Needham. What makes a good life. Rather than focusing on wealth, career or material possessions, the Harvard study shows that we would do well to focus on close, healthy relationships.

Again, Robert Waldinger: “ over and over, over these 75 years, our study has shown that the people who fared the best were the people who leaned in to relationships. and correlates of the study criteria--Life Satisfaction and Styles of Adaptation--we have formulated two "ideal" models based on the interview data, the DSCS, and the semantic differential on retirement.

The first model embodies elements that were found to be associated with an unsuccessful adjust. The latest Gallup poll on life satisfaction shows that Americans are generally "very satisfied" with their personal health, but a look at several major health statistics tells.

The relationship of coping responses to physical health status and life satisfaction among older women. Journal of Gerontology, ¿3(2), PP Lyon, B. ().Cited by: The Grant Study is part of the Study of Adult Development at Harvard Medical is a year longitudinal that has run in tandem with a study called "The Glueck Study," which included a second cohort of disadvantaged nondelinquent inner-city youths who grew up in Boston neighborhoods between and The subjects were all male and of American nationality.

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The most widely accepted theory of job satisfaction was proposed by Locke (), who defined job satisfaction as “a pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or job experiences” (Locke,p). Job satisfaction has emotional, cognitive, and behavioral components (Bernstein & Nash, ).

The. Retirement is a time of life that has grown ever longer in the developed world, and the number of pensioners has increased accordingly, questioning the strength of Social Security systems and the social safety net in general.

Financial Planning for Retirement (FRP) consists of the series of activities involved in the accumulation of wealth to cover needs in the post Cited by: 5.Living a Meaningful Life their life satisfaction is higher – even when they feel personally down and out – than those who did not have any life purpose.

“People who thought more about.For example, Bosse et al.

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() find that retirees report lower life satisfaction than workers. Portnoi () finds that retirement is associated with depression, and Seiden () finds, provocatively, that retirement may be associated with elderly suicide - a clear indication of life et al.

(), Atchley and Robinson.