Carsten Wrosch
Carsten Wrosch
Professor of Psychology, Concordia University, Montreal
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A motivational theory of life-span development
J Heckhausen, C Wrosch, R Schulz
Psychological Review 117 (1), 32-60, 2010
Adaptive self-regulation of unattainable goals: Goal disengagement, goal reengagement, and subjective well-being
C Wrosch, MF Scheier, GE Miller, R Schulz, CS Carver
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (12), 1494-1508, 2003
The importance of goal disengagement in adaptive self-regulation: When giving up is beneficial
C Wrosch, MF Scheier, CS Carver, R Schulz
Self and Identity 2 (1), 1-20, 2003
Personality and quality of life: The importance of optimism and goal adjustment
C Wrosch, MF Scheier
Quality of Life Research 12 (1), 59-72, 2003
The Life Engagement Test: Assessing purpose in life
MF Scheier, C Wrosch, A Baum, S Cohen, LM Martire, KA Matthews, ...
Journal of Behavioral Medicine 29 (3), 291-298, 2006
Self-regulation processes and health: The importance of optimism and goal adjustment
HN Rasmussen, C Wrosch, MF Scheier, CS Carver
Journal of Personality 74 (6), 1721-1748, 2006
Primary and secondary control strategies for managing health and financial stress across adulthood
C Wrosch, J Heckhausen, ME Lachman
Psychology and Aging 15 (3), 387-399, 2000
Giving up on unattainable goals: Benefits for health?
C Wrosch, GE Miller, MF Scheier, SB De Pontet
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (2), 251-265, 2007
Developmental regulation before and after a developmental deadline: The sample case of "biological clock" for childbearing
J Heckhausen, C Wrosch, W Fleeson
Psychology and Aging 16 (3), 400-413, 2001
Control processes before and after passing a developmental deadline: Activation and deactivation of intimate relationship goals
C Wrosch, J Heckhausen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77 (2), 415-427, 1999
Regret and quality of life across the adult life span: The influence of disengagement and available future goals
C Wrosch, I Bauer, MF Scheier
Psychology and Aging 20 (4), 657, 2005
Perceived control of life regrets: Good for young and bad for old adults
C Wrosch, J Heckhausen
Psychology and Aging 17 (2), 340-350, 2002
Predicting changes in posttraumatic growth and subjective well‐being among breast cancer survivors: The role of social support and stress
MH McDonough, CM Sabiston, C Wrosch
Psycho‐Oncology 23 (1), 114-120, 2014
Developmental regulation across the life span: Toward a new synthesis
CM Haase, J Heckhausen, C Wrosch
Developmental Psychology 49 (5), 964-972, 2013
Agency and motivation in adulthood and old age
J Heckhausen, C Wrosch, R Schulz
Annual Review of Psychology 70, 191-227, 2019
An exploration of the generational differences in levels of control held among family businesses approaching succession
S Brun De Pontet, C Wrosch, M Gagne
Family Business Review 20 (4), 337-354, 2007
Goal adjustment capacities, subjective well‐being, and physical health
C Wrosch, MF Scheier, GE Miller
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (12), 847-860, 2013
You've gotta know when to fold'em: Goal disengagement and systemic inflammation in adolescence
GE Miller, C Wrosch
Psychological Science 18 (9), 773-777, 2007
Changes in social support predict emotional well‐being in breast cancer survivors
AJ Fong, TMF Scarapicchia, MH McDonough, C Wrosch, CM Sabiston
Psycho‐Oncology 26 (5), 664-671, 2017
Health stresses and depressive symptomatology in the elderly: The importance of health engagement control strategies
C Wrosch, R Schulz, J Heckhausen
Health Psychology 21 (4), 340-348, 2002
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