In an interview with Wall Street Journal reporter Clare Ansberry, Arthur Stone discusses his research on well-being and age. Stone is a professor at the Schaeffer Center and the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research.
What is the perfect age? When it comes to psychological well-being and life satisfaction, 70 is a good age says Stone in the article. Worries due to money, jobs, and children diminish overall well-being during the ages of 20 to 50 but these worries, along with stress diminish and well-being increases after age 50 until age 70.
“People settle into who they are and accept and make the best of it,” Stone is quoted as saying in the article.
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