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Shevaun D. Neupert, Robert S. Stawski & David M. Almeida

In: Handbook of Cognitive Aging: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Chapter 29: Considerations for Sampling Time in Research on Aging: Examples From Research on Stress and Cognition

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Considerations for Sampling Time in Research on Aging: Examples From Research on Stress and Cognition
Considerations for sampling time in research on aging: Examples from research on stress and cognition

Aprocess is defined as a series of actions or events that are part of development and is often characterized by gradual changes leading to a particular result (Merriam-Webster, 2005). In psychology research, processes are often characterized as explanations or mechanisms for phenomena that unfold within individuals over time. Although there has been a renewed interest in assessing within-person designs (e.g., Molenaar, 2004), in this chapter we highlight the importance of sampling time as it is linked with process. In particular, we highlight research on physiological and psychological processes that account for the association between stress and ...

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