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We examine the role of three indicators of marital quality (marital disagreement, marital happiness, and time spent together) as moderators of the association between physical disability and depressed affect among married older individuals (N = 1,044). We found support for the moderating role of marital disagreement wherein the detrimental effect of disability on depressed affect was significantly heightened among older adults with more disagreements with their spouse; a moderating effect wasdoi:10.1093/geronb/60.6.p338 pmid:16260709 fatcat:chu2jlkt35bsph5rt4yrelcq4q