Adulthood and Aging: An Interdisciplinary, Developmental View
Wiley, 1974 - 484 Seiten
This classic work offers a thorough treatment of early and middle adulthood. It is the only text to integrate research from psychology, sociology, anthropology, medicine, and biology into a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of adulthood. In-depth interviews with adults at various ages put theory into context, showing both long-term change and continuity. This new edition includes a new chapter on cognition, the Medicare changes of 1989, and many new references.
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