Encyclopedia of Adult Development
Oryx Press, 1993 - Psychology - 574 pages
Robert Kastenbaum, creator of the award-winning "Encyclopedia of Death," has now collected and edited a source of reliable information on adult development that is accessible to the general reader, useable by professionals, and perfect for those who are simply browsing. This work is a fascinating and highly informative look at the milestones and ordeals, the key issues, and the concerns of American adults. The book expands our understanding of adulthood through 105 articles written by more than 70 contributing specialists from the fields of psychology, anthropology, religion, and sociology.