Frontiers research topic: Meaning in Late Life

The ongoing COVID pandemic showed us how vital the experience of meaning in life is for human wellbeing. This contemporary observation is backed up with cumulating scientific evidence illustrating that a sense of meaning in life relates to more optimal psychological, physical and social functioning as well as to better adjustment to traumatic events. The Frontiers Open Access issue ‘Meaning in Late Life’, edited by prof. Dezutter and colleagues prof. Haugan and prof. Saarelainen, gives an overview of current research on the role of meaning in life for older adults and is freely accessible:


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