The Psychology of Control and Aging (Psychology Revivals)
Originally published in 1986, the central topic of this book is the analysis and application of control-related beliefs and behaviours for theory and practice in the psychology of aging. The volume was written for two specific interrelated purposes aimed at cross-fertilization between the psychology of control and the field of gerontology. The first purpose was to summarise available research and theory on the psychology of control for researchers and professionals interested in gerontology at the time. The second was to enrich the field of the psychology of control.
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The Hidden Costs of Wisdom
Suggestions for a Developmental Framework
Chapter 3 Aging and Mindful Control
Chapter 4 Choice Control and Cognitive Functioning
Chapter 5 The Discourse of Control and the Maintenance of WellBeing
Chapter 6 Health Control and Aging
Reflections on the Dialectics of Change
Stability Change and Cognitive Correlates
Chapter 10 Personal Control and Emotional Evaluation of Development in Partnership Relations During Adulthood
Adaptation or Iatrogenic Disease?
Psychosocial Control Toward Dependency?
Chapter 13 Occupational Careers Work and Control
Chapter 14 Implications of Control and Responsibility on Helping the Aged
Longitudinal Retrospective and Contemporaneous Analyses