The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age

Infurna FJ, Mayer A, Anstey KJ (2017)
Psychology & Health 33(3): 340-360.

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Infurna, Frank J.; Mayer, AxelUniBi; Anstey, Kaarin J.
Abstract / Bemerkung
Objective: To examine whether rates of change in perceived control are predictive of cardiovascular disease (CVD) incidence across adulthood and old age. Design: We used the PATH Through Life Project (n = 7103, M = 40, SD = 16; 52% women), a longitudinal panel survey that encompasses three cohorts at Time 1, ages 20–24, 40–44 and 60–64, who have been assessed three times at four-year intervals. Method: We examined whether rates of change in perceived control were associated with CVD incidence over 8 years of time, over and above that of baseline levels of perceived control and known risk factors for CVD. Main Outcome Measures: Self-reported CVD incidence. Results: Increases in perceived control over time were associated with decreased likelihood of 8-year incidence of CVD and these effects were independent of socio-demographics, covariates and baseline levels of perceived control. The effects were consistent across young adulthood, midlife and old age and for men and women. Conclusions: Findings demonstrate the importance of changes in perceived control as a predictor of CVD incidence across adulthood and old age. We suggest future research using mediation analysis to test reverse causality and mechanisms underlying the effects of perceived control on CVD incidence.
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Psychology & Health
Band
33
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
340-360
ISSN
0887-0446
eISSN
1476-8321
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2956065

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Infurna FJ, Mayer A, Anstey KJ. The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age. Psychology & Health. 2017;33(3):340-360.
Infurna, F. J., Mayer, A., & Anstey, K. J. (2017). The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age. Psychology & Health, 33(3), 340-360. https://doi.org/10.1080/08870446.2017.1341513
Infurna, F. J., Mayer, A., and Anstey, K. J. (2017). The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age. Psychology & Health 33, 340-360.
Infurna, F.J., Mayer, A., & Anstey, K.J., 2017. The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age. Psychology & Health, 33(3), p 340-360.
F.J. Infurna, A. Mayer, and K.J. Anstey, “The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age”, Psychology & Health, vol. 33, 2017, pp. 340-360.
Infurna, F.J., Mayer, A., Anstey, K.J.: The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age. Psychology & Health. 33, 340-360 (2017).
Infurna, Frank J., Mayer, Axel, and Anstey, Kaarin J. “The effect of perceived control on self-reported cardiovascular disease incidence across adulthood and old age”. Psychology & Health 33.3 (2017): 340-360.

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