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Proactive Adaptation 23 relations with others, autonomy, environmental mastery, purpose in life, and personal growth. These conceptual categories appear both intuitively meaningful and anchored in prior theoretical exposition. However, their interrelationships or relation to other key antecedents or outcomes considered in gerontological research are not specified. The concepts of hardiness (Kobasa & Puccetti, 1983) and coherence (Antonovsky, 1989) have been proposed as important resistance resources in contributing to invulnerability to stress in late life.
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