A Study of the Relationships Among the Savoring, Flourishing, and Well-being: The Moderated Mediation Role of Resilience in Older Adults (69596)

Session Information:

Friday, 26 May 2023 15:15
Session: Poster
Room: Room 701
Presentation Type:Poster Presentation

Objectives: Guided by Fredrickson's broaden and build theory of positive emotions and Zautra's dynamic model of affect, the current study examines the relation between savoring positive experiences (savoring beliefs, savoring traits) and seven blessing- flourishing life. Methods: We combined face-to-face interviews with structured questionnaires to collect data from older people (aged 60) in Taiwan. Interviews were conducted in the country's northern and central metropolitan city and two counties (a mixed technology, industrial and agricultural region). A two-wave panel design with a 2-week to 1 month time interval (N = 212) and structured questionnaire survey was conducted. Results: (1) Resilience played a moderating role between savoring and seven blessing-flourishing life for older adults. (2) Resilience plays a mediating role in the prediction from Participate in savoring to well-being for older adults. In the follow-up research, longitudinal research can be carried out to track the changing trend of older adults ' savoring, resilience and the seven blessing-flourishing life. Discussions: Based on these results, suggestions regarding life practice and future research are discussed subsequently.

Po-Lin Chen, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan

About the Presenter(s)
Professor Po-Lin Chen is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Chinese Culture University in Taiwan

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00