Dec 30 2020

We show that negative effects of high-trait rumination on sleep quality are attenuated for older adults who report high, stable levels of support from their spouses. This is the first paper using data from the local Transitionsstudy (supported by the Center for Healthy Aging) and is published in The Journal of Gerontology.

Christina M Marini, Ph.D, Stephanie J Wilson, Ph.D, Suyoung Nah, M.A, Lynn M Martire, Ph.D, Martin J Sliwinski, Ph.D, Rumination and Sleep Quality Among Older Adults:Examining the Role of Social Support, The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, , gbaa230,