Encyclopedia of Gerontology: A-K

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James E. Birren
Elsevier, 2007 - Geriatrics - 1572 pages
"Covers the latest research on the study of aging. Explores the many influences that bring change to individuals over the life span. Influences range from genetics to physiology, sociology, psychology, and anthropology. Physical, social, and economic environments as well as the traditions of families and religion also influence human life. Articles cover the depth and the breadth of influences on the living organism"--About this publication webpage.

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Contents

Accelerated Aging F Sierra
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Achievement DK Simonton
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Adaptation S K Whitbourne
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