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書名 Psychology and the aging revolution : how we adapt to longer life / edited by Sara Honn Qualls and Norman Abeles
出版項 Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2000
國際標準書號 1557987076
9781557987075
book jacket
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 歐美所圖書館  155.67 P9596 2000    在架上  -  30500101032871
版本 1st ed
說明 ix, 313 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Psychology and the aging revolution / Sara Honn Qualls and Norman Abeles -- Using the gift of long life: psychological implications of the age revolution / James E. Birren -- Neuropsychology and cognitive aging: what have we taught each other? / Marilyn S. Albert -- Toward a neuropsychology of cognitive aging / Alfred W. Kaszniak and Mary C. Newman -- Memory changes in adulthood / Leah L. Light -- Can acquired knowledge compensate for age-related declines in cognitive efficiency? / Neil Charness -- Expressive, physiological, and subjective changes in emotion across adulthood / Robert W. Levenson --What is being optimized?: self-determination theory and basic psychological needs / Richard M. Ryan and Jennifer G. La Guardia -- The evolution of social relationships in later adulthood / Karen S. Rook -- A behavioral medicine perspective on aging and health / Karen A. Matthews -- Aging research and health: a status report / Ilene C. Siegler -- Depression: current developments and controversies / Thomas E. Joiner, Jr. -- Variations on depression in later life / Margaret Gatz -- Psychotherapy and aging in the 21st century: integrative themes / John C. Norcross and Bob G. Knight
Annotation Thirteen chapters written by American university-affiliated geropsychologists review recent psychological research conducted on later life. Themes addressed include neuropsychology and cognitive aging; and aging in relation to emotion, social relationships, health psychology; depression, and psychotherapy. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Annotation Psychology has been one of the most active disciplines in studying the aging process, and this new book provides many answers to understanding the capabilities and changing needs of the elderly. Eminent geropsychologists examine the latest theories and research on how aging affects many critical areas of life
主題 Aging -- Psychological aspects
Aging
Older people -- Psychology
Alt Author Qualls, Sarah Honn
Abeles, Norman
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