Table of ContentsChapter 1: Turner, H.A. & Schieman, S. Introduction and Overview. Section A: Stress Processes across the Life CourseChapter 2: Umberson, D., Liu, H. & Reczek, C. Stress and Health Behavior Over the Life Course.Chapter 3: Mirowsky, J. & Schieman, S. Gender, Age, and the Trajectories and Trends of Anxiety and Anger.Chapter 4: McLeod, J.D. & Pavalko, E. From Selection Effects to Reciprocal Processes: What Does Attention to the Life Course Offer?Section B: Stress Processes and Mental Health Trajectories in Adolescence and Early AdulthoodChapter 5: Adkins, D., Wang, V., & Elder, G. Stress Processes and Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms in Early Life: Gendered Development.Chapter 6: Falci, C. Gender Trajectories of Adolescent Depressed Mood: The Dynamic Role of Stressors and Resources.Chapter 7: Wickrama, K. A. S., Conger, R., & Abraham, W. T. Early Family Adversity, Youth Depressive Symptom Trajectories, and Young Adult Socioeconomic Attainment: A Latent Trajectory Class Analysis.Section C: Family and Work Transitions and TrajectoriesChapter 8: Wheaton, B. & Reid, S. The Role of Timing vs. Duration in the Cumulative Work History Effects of Job Exits and Nonemployment on Women's Mental Health.Chapter 9: Avison, W. R., Davies, L., Willson, A. & Shuey, K. Family Structure and Mothersâs Mental Health: A Life Course Perspective on Stability and Change.Chapter 10: Menaghan, E. G., & Cooksey, E. C. Well-Being at Mid-Life: Family Predictors of Continuity and Change.Chapter 11: Pudrovska, T., and Carr, D. Psychological Adjustment to Divorce and Widowhood in Mid- and Later Life: Do Coping Strategies and Personality Protect Against Psychological Distress?