Psychology of adjustment: personal growth in a changing world
Adjustment and growth; Motivation; Stress; Emotions; Self-concepts; Interpersonal relationships; Sex roles and sexuality; Love and marriage; Work and leisure; Freedom and decision making; Self-directed change; Psychotherapy; Growth and adult life stages; Death and bereavement.
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