Handbook of the psychology of aging
Inhaltsübersicht: Part One: Background, Part Two: Biological Basis of Aging and Behavior, Parth Three: Environmental and Health Influences on Aging and Behavior, Part Four: Behavioral Processes, Author Index, Subject Index.
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Principles and Experimentation
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Planning and Control Processes Across the Life Span
Margie E. Lachman
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