Margaret L. Kern "Factores de personalidad ligados a la longevidad"

2/03/2018

Margaret L. Kern, University of Melbourne. Australia. Conscientiousness - characterized by traits such as self-control, persistence, orderliness, and social responsibility - predicts numerous positive life outcomes, including good social relationships, job success, physical health, and even longer life. Indeed, conscientiousness may provide add several years to life. It is a stronger predictor of longevity than socioeconomic status and intelligence. But it is not always helpful. This talk will unpack what we know about the conscientiousness and longevity link. I’ll highlight the benefits of a conscientious personality, as well as some of the drawbacks. I’ll consider the pathways involved, as well as factors that moderate these relationships. And then I’ll turn to practical considerations – what does this tell us about personality and health across the lifespan? What are the implications for research, practice, and life in general?

Vídeos
Ciencias de la vida y de la materia Longevidad y comportamiento

Rocío Fernández-Ballesteros: "Longevidad y comportamiento: una introducción"

Kaare Christensen: "Estilos de vida y longevidad"

Linda S. Gottfredson: "Factores intelectuales y longevidad"

M. Ángeles Quiroga: "Cambios ambientales y mejoras intelectuales"

Alicia Salvador Fernández-Montejo: "Optimismo/afecto positivo y longevidad"

Rosa Gómez-Redondo: "Longevidad extrema y trayectorias vitales: hallazgos en la verificación de casos"

Mesa redonda: "Longevidad y comportamiento"

Margaret L. Kern "Factores de personalidad ligados a la longevidad"

Rikke Lund: "Relaciones sociales como predictores de la longevidad"

Lourdes Pérez Ortiz: "Estereotipos culturales y conducta"

Jose Manuel Ribera Casado: "Adherencia al tratamiento"