The Evolution of the Aging Self: The Societal Impact on the Aging Process
Klaus Warner Schaie, Jon Hendricks
Springer, 2000 - Social Science - 348 pages
The authors examine age-related changes and their impact upon the concept of self - sense of well-being, life satisfaction, perceived quality of life. Each chapter is followed by two expert commentaries. For teachers, researchers and graduates interested in the sociology and psychology of ageing.
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