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Qian, X. L., Yarnal, C. M., & Almeida, D. (2014). Using the dynamic model of affect (DMA) to examine leisure time as a stress coping resource: Taking into account stress severity and gender difference. Journal of Leisure Research, 46(4), 483-505.
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Qian, X. L., Yarnal, C., & Almeida, D. (2013). Does leisure time as a stress coping resource increase affective complexity? Applying the dynamic model of affect (DMA). Journal of Leisure Research, 45(3), 393-414.
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Qian, X. L., Yarnal, C., & Almeida, D. (2014). Is leisure time availability associated with more or less severe daily stressors? An examination using eight-day diary data. Leisure Sciences, 36(1), 35-51.
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Qian, X., Yarnal, C., & Almeida, D. (2014). Does leisure time moderate or mediate the effect of daily stress on positive affect? An examination using eight-day diary data. Journal of Leisure Research, 46(1), 106-124.
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Quoidbach, J., Gilbert, D. T., & Wilson, T. D. (2013). The end of history illusion. Science, 339(6115), 96-98.
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Radler, B. (2015). Making the most of data. International Innovation, 184, 28-30.
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Radler, B. T. (2014). The Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) series: A national longitudinal study of health and well-being. Open Health Data, 2(1), e3.
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Radler, B. T., & Love, G. D. (2018). Behind the scenes in integrative health science: Understanding and negotiating data management challenges. In C. D. Ryff & R. F. Krueger (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of integrative health science. New York: Oxford University Press..

Radler, B. T., & Ryff, C. D. (2010). Who participates? Accounting for longitudinal retention in the MIDUS National Study of Health and Well-Being. Journal of Aging and Health, 22(3), 307-331.
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Radler, B. T., Rigotti, A., & Ryff, C. D. (2018). Persistently high psychological well-being predicts better HDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels: Findings from the Midlife in the U.S. (MIDUS) longitudinal study Lipids in Health and Disease, 17(1), 1.
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Ransome, Y., Slopen, N., Karlsson, O., & Williams, D. R. (2017). The association between alcohol abuse and neuroendocrine system dysregulation: Race differences in a national sample. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 66, 313-321.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1016/j.bbi.2017.07.154
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Ransome, Y., Slopen, N., Karlsson, O., & Williams, D. R. (2018). Elevated inflammation in association with alcohol abuse among blacks but not whites: Results from the midus biomarker study. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 41(3), 374-384.
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Ready, R. E., Akerstedt, A. M., & Mroczek, D. K. (2012). Emotional complexity and emotional well-being in older adults: Risks of high neuroticism. Aging & Mental Health, 16(1), 17-26.
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Rector, J. L., Christ, S. L., & Friedman, E. M. (2018). Well-being and long-term physical activity participation in midlife adults: A latent class analysis. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Advance online publication.
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Reisinger Walker, E., & Druss, B. G. (2015). Rate and predictors of persistent major depressive disorder in a nationally representative sample. Community Mental Health Journal, 51(6), 701-707.
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Relton, C., Cooper, K., Viksveen, P., Fibert, P., & Thomas, K. (2017). Prevalence of homeopathy use by the general population worldwide: A systematic review. Homeopathy, 106(2), 69-78.
View publication via DOI: DOI:10.1016/j.homp.2017.03.002
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Rendina, D. N., Ryff, C. D., & Coe, C. L. (2017). Precipitous dehydroepiandrosterone declines reflect decreased physical vitality and function. he Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 72(6), 747-753.
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Reynolds, C. A., Gatz, M., Christensen, K., Christiansen, L., Dahl Aslan, A. K., Kaprio, J., Korhonen, T., Kremen, W. S., Krueger, R., McGue, M., Neiderhiser, J. M., & Pedersen, N. L. (2016). Gene-environment interplay in physical, psychological, and cognitive domains in mid to late adulthood: Is APOE a variability gene? Behavior Genetics, 46(1), 4-19.
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Richardson, G. B., Sanning, B. K., Lai, M. H. C., Copping, L. T., Hardesty, P. H., & Kruger, D. J. (2017). On the psychometric study of human life history strategies: State of the science and evidence of two independent dimensions. Evolutionary Psychology, 15(1), 1474704916666840.
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Riggle, E. D. B., Rostosky, S. S., & Danner, F. (2009). LGB identity and eudaimonic well being in midlife. Journal of Homosexuality, 56(6), 786-798.
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Roberson, P. N. E., Shorter, R. L., Woods, S., & Priest, J. (2018). How health behaviors link romantic relationship dysfunction and physical health across 20 years for middle-aged and older adults. Social Science & Medicine, 201, 18-26.
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Robert, S.A., & Li, L.W. (2001). Age variation in the relationship between community socioeconomic status and adult health. Research on Aging, 23(2), 233-258.
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Roberts, M. E., Colby, S. M., Lu, B., & Ferketich, A. K. (2016). Understanding tobacco use onset among African Americans. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 18(suppl 1), S49-S56.
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Robertson, R. E., Tran, F. W., Lewark, L. N., & Epstein, R. (2017). Estimates of non-heterosexual prevalence: The roles of anonymity and privacy in survey methodology. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Advance online publication.
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Robinette, J. W., Charles, S. T., & Gruenewald, T. L. (2016). Vigilance at home: Longitudinal analyses of neighborhood safety perceptions and health. SSM - Population Health, 2, 525-530.
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Robinette, J. W., Charles, S. T., & Gruenewald, T. L. (2017). Neighborhood socioeconomic status and health: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Community Health, 42, 865-871.
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Robinette, J. W., Charles, S. T., Almeida, D. M., & Gruenewald, T. L. (2016). Neighborhood features and physiological risk: An examination of allostatic load. Health & Place, 41, 110-118.
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Robinette, J. W., Charles, S. T., Mogle, J. A., & Almeida, D. M. (2013). Neighborhood cohesion and daily well-being: Results from a diary study. Social Science and Medicine.
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Robinson, E., Hunger, J. M., & Daly, M. (2015). Perceived weight status and risk of weight gain across life in US and UK adults. International Journal of Obesity, 39, 1721-1726.
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Robinson, E., Sutin, A., & Daly, M. (2017). Perceived weight discrimination mediates the prospective relation between obesity and depressive symptoms in US and UK adults. Health Psychology Open, 36(2), 112-121.
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