Adult Development and Aging
A multi-disciplinary approach to adulthood and aging, designed as a text for graduate and undergraduate courses in adult development. Presents a positive view of aging, stressing individual, gender, and cultural aspects. Includes unique treatment of creativity, single lifestyles, religion and stepparenting.
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PART ONE INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT
APPROACHES AND METHODS IN THE STUDY OF ADULT
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