ISSN 0965-8211 (Print); ISSN 1464-0686 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
The Costs and Benefits of Finding Meaning in the Past: A Special Issue of the journal Memory
Introduction to this Special Issue Meaning in personal memories: Is more always better?
Greenhoot, Andrea Follmer; McLean, Kate C.
Reasoning about the self in positive and negative ways: Relationship to psychological functioning in young adulthood
Banks, Megan V.; Salmon, Karen
Finding the light at the end of the tunnel: Age differences in the relation between internal states terms and coping with potential threats to self
Styers, Mary Koenig; Baker-Ward, Lynne
When does meaning making predict subjective well-being? Examining young and older adults in two cultures
Alea, Nicole; Bluck, Susan
The autobiography of addiction: Autobiographical reasoning and psychological adjustment in abstinent alcoholics
Dunlop, William L.; Tracy, Jessica L.
When is meaning making unhealthy for the self? The roles of neuroticism, implicit theories, and memory telling in trauma and transgression memories
Lilgendahl, Jennifer Pals; McLean, Kate C.; Mansfield, Cade D.
Does making meaning make it better? Narrative meaning making and well-being in at-risk African-American adolescent females
Sales, Jessica M.; Merrill, Natalie A.; Fivush, Robyn
The many facets of meaning making: Comparing multiple measures of meaning making and their relations to psychological distress
Waters, Theodore E. A.; Shallcross, John F.; Fivush, Robyn
Making sense of traumatic memories: Memory qualities and psychological symptoms in emerging adults with and without abuse histories
Greenhoot, Andrea Follmer; Sun, Shengkai; Bunnell, Sarah L.; Lindboe, Katherine
Making meaning for the good life: A commentary on the special issue
Meaning making, adversity, and regulatory flexibility
Bonanno, George A.