Adult development and aging
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 1996 - Psychology - 609 pages
Papalia's Adult Development and Aging delivers the most current research findings in the field while providing a clear and concise writing style praised by students and instructors. The Third Edition provides a positive perspective on adult development and aging, enhanced by strong multicultural and diversity coverage. The Third Edition includes new content on younger and middle-aged adults, providing a better balance between adulthood and aging.
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EXPLORING THE WORLD Basic Research Methods
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