Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes

Kornadt A, Voss P, Rothermund K (2018)
European Journal of Ageing 15(1): 67-76.

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European Journal of Ageing
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Kornadt A, Voss P, Rothermund K. Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes. European Journal of Ageing. 2018;15(1):67-76.
Kornadt, A., Voss, P., & Rothermund, K. (2018). Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes. European Journal of Ageing, 15(1), 67-76. doi:10.1007/s10433-017-0426-3
Kornadt, A., Voss, P., and Rothermund, K. (2018). Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes. European Journal of Ageing 15, 67-76.
Kornadt, A., Voss, P., & Rothermund, K., 2018. Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes. European Journal of Ageing, 15(1), p 67-76.
A. Kornadt, P. Voss, and K. Rothermund, “Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes”, European Journal of Ageing, vol. 15, 2018, pp. 67-76.
Kornadt, A., Voss, P., Rothermund, K.: Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes. European Journal of Ageing. 15, 67-76 (2018).
Kornadt, Anna, Voss, Peggy, and Rothermund, Klaus. “Subjective remaining lifetime and concreteness of the future as differential predictors of preparation for age-related changes”. European Journal of Ageing 15.1 (2018): 67-76.

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