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Although there is a growing body of research on older adults and coping in prison, many inquiries about areas of concern remain unanswered. We analyzed the experiences of 677 incarcerated adults 50 and older and a subsample (n = 201) using a combination of deductive (frequency counts) and inductive (thematic identification) content analysis methods to identify what they reported about trauma, stress, and coping in prison. The primary causes of trauma and stress from our categorization socialdoi:10.1093/geront/gnv393.05 fatcat:vrbkaz67b5hsnjp3puiw7k2vum