Mental health & aging: progress & prospects

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Springer Pub. Co., Oct 1, 1993 - Medical - 173 pages
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This volume originally appeared as an issue of the ASA journal, Generations. It contains contributions by prestigious writers in the field of gerontology, who present current concepts in research and clinical practice on mental health and aging. This book provides the latest perspectives on assessment and prevention techniques, depressive and anxiety disorders, the aging brain and neuroimaging, family therapy, and adult day care.

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Michael A. Smyer is Professor of Psychology at Boston College.

Sarah H. Qualls is Chair of Psychology and Director of the Center on Aging at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

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