Well-being promotion in mi patients: an inquiry on resilience factors, soc and gse - In line with current research on resilience, the present study aim at verify if Sense of Coherence and General Self-efficacy can be considered as resilience factors on both psychological objective adaptation and on subjective adaptation in a sample of 53 workers affected by myocardial infarction. The measures are the Sense of Coherence Questionnaire (13 items), the General Self-efficacy Scale (10 items), the MMPI-2 (567 items), the Screener SDS, and a schedule for the collection of data related to psychological symptoms. Data analysis shows the existence of a significant relationship between the considered resilience factors and well-being. More precisely general linear models show that the stronger resilience factors are, the better well-being is. General Self-efficacy and sense of Meaningfulness the motivational component of Sense of Coherence are the stronger predictors of psychological objective adaptation, while Manageability 119 the instrumental component of Sense of Coherence together with General Selfefficacy are the stronger predictors of subjective adaptation.