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Encyclopedia of Aging (4 Volume Set)

by David J. Ekerdt

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Published by MacMillan Reference Books .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL7269523M
ISBN 100028654722
ISBN 109780028654720

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The Fourth Edition of the Encyclopedia of Aging marks the 20th anniversary of what has become the authoritative, comprehensive, and multidisciplinary introduction to gerontology and geriatrics. Originally proposed by Ursula Springer, PhD, and edited by George L. Maddox, PhD, the Encyclopedia serves as the gateway to the world of aging and the aged. The vision and hard . A comprehensive reference with a broad overview of the field of psychology and aging, which serves as a springboard for delving into more deeply into specific topics. Coverage includes theories of psychology and aging, methods for studying psychology and aging, advances in understanding changes in thinking and emotion with aging, social influences on aging, and .

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