Toni L. Bisconti, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, United States 
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Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology, Gerontology
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Cindy Bergeman grad student 2001 Notre Dame
 (Widowhood in later life: A dynamical systems approach to emotion regulation.)
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Walker RV, Powers SM, Bisconti TL. (2016) Positive Aspects of the Caregiving Experience: Finding Hope in the Midst of the Storm Women and Therapy. 39: 354-370
Powers SM, Bisconti TL, Bergeman CS. (2014) Trajectories of social support and well-being across the first two years of widowhood. Death Studies. 38: 499-509
Bisconti TL, Bergeman CS, Scott SB, et al. (2013) The Role of Social Support in the Health and Well-Being of Older Adult Widows Women and Health. 1503-1514
Montpetit MA, Bergeman CS, Bisconti TL. (2010) The self-concept and conjugal loss: evidence for structural change. Death Studies. 34: 606-24
Hussey HD, Bisconti TL. (2010) Interventions to reduce sexual minority stigma in sororities. Journal of Homosexuality. 57: 566-87
Scott SB, Bergeman CS, Verney A, et al. (2007) Social Support in Widowhood: A Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 1: 242-266
Rossi NE, Bisconti TL, Bergeman CS. (2007) The role of dispositional resilience in regaining life satisfaction after the loss of a spouse. Death Studies. 31: 863-83
Montpetit MA, Bergeman CS, Bisconti TL, et al. (2006) Adaptive change in self-concept and well-being during conjugal loss in later life. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 63: 217-39
Ong AD, Bergeman CS, Bisconti TL, et al. (2006) Psychological resilience, positive emotions, and successful adaptation to stress in later life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 91: 730-49
Bisconti TL, Bergeman CS, Boker SM. (2006) Social support as a predictor of variability: an examination of the adjustment trajectories of recent widows. Psychology and Aging. 21: 590-9
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