Middle Adulthood: A Lifespan Perspective
Sherry L. Willis, Mike Martin
SAGE Publications, Jun 23, 2005 - Social Science - 440 pages
Middle adulthood is a critical period of the life course. How we develop in middle age–the central period of our lives–can influence how well we cope in our later years. Middle Adulthood: A Lifespan Perspective explores these issues by bringing together a distinguished group of international contributors associated with a range of prestigious longitudinal studies.
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Early Life Influences on Middle Age
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