Jennifer L. Lodi-Smith

Affiliations: 
CAnisius College, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
personality development, aging, contexts of personality change, self-concept clarity, narratives
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Brent  W. Roberts grad student 2003-2008 UIUC
 (Examining the social investment hypothesis: The relationship of social role investment and personality trait development in adulthood.)
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Hudson NW, Roberts BW, Lodi-Smith J. (2012) Personality Trait Development and Social Investment in Work. Journal of Research in Personality. 46: 334-344
Lodi-Smith J, Roberts BW. (2012) Concurrent and prospective relationships between social engagement and personality traits in older adulthood. Psychology and Aging. 27: 720-7
Lodi-Smith J, Roberts BW. (2010) Getting to know me: social role experiences and age differences in self-concept clarity during adulthood. Journal of Personality. 78: 1383-410
Lodi-Smith J, Jackson J, Bogg T, et al. (2010) Mechanisms of health: Education and health-related behaviours partially mediate the relationship between conscientiousness and self-reported physical health. Psychology & Health. 25: 305-19
Lodi-Smith J, Geise AC, Roberts BW, et al. (2009) Narrating personality change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 679-89
Jackson JJ, Bogg T, Walton KE, et al. (2009) Not all conscientiousness scales change alike: a multimethod, multisample study of age differences in the facets of conscientiousness. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 446-59
Lodi-Smith J, Roberts BW. (2007) Social investment and personality: a meta-analysis of the relationship of personality traits to investment in work, family, religion, and volunteerism. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 11: 68-86
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