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Innovation in aging
To characterize the stress regulation system, we use a reservoir to reflect how much stress an individual "holds" over time. Factors affecting what is contained in a stress reservoir are incoming stress (Input), accumulation/dissipation (Strdiss), and actions taken to discharge stress (e.g., Control). At the within person level, time-varying control predicts better Strdiss (β= -0.03±0.01, p <.001), even when controlling for between person differences (e.g., age, neuroticism) and between anddoi:10.1093/geroni/igaa057.2054 fatcat:wyjro7ewdzdadd3b7m2rsjiisa