Psychological Aspects of Geriatric Rehabilitation
Psychological Aspects of Geriatric Rehabilitation gives you the knowledge and skills you need to help your patients achieve their highest levels of potential. A complete source on the psychology of the aging adult, with full information on normal and psychopathological changes, this book is filled with charts and tables, as well as hundreds of references.
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