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  1. Life-Span Developmental Psychology

    Methodological Contributions

    Edited by Stanley H. Cohen, Hayne W. Reese

    Dealing with the methodological and data analytic problems in developmental research, this book presents solutions advanced from the disciplinary perspectives of psychology, behavior analysis and behavioral systems, sociology, and anthropology. Topics addressed include: * the metatheoretical...

    Published December 31st 1993 by Psychology Press

  2. Mechanisms of Everyday Cognition

    Edited by James M. Puckett, Hayne W. Reese

    Based on the proceedings of the twelfth biennial conference on life-span developmental psychology, most of the contributions in this volume deal with the mechanisms of everyday cognition. However, a broad spectrum of additional concerns is addressed within the domain of everyday cognition: its...

    Published August 31st 1993 by Psychology Press

  3. Caregiving Systems

    Informal and Formal Helpers

    Edited by Steven H. Zarit, Leonard I. Pearlin, K. Warner Schaie

    Series: Social Structure and Aging Series

    Caregiving has emerged as a critical issue in the second half of the life cycle. With the growth of the older population, there have been dramatic increases in the number of people needing care and assistance. The responsibility for care typically falls on families at a time when they have limited...

    Published February 28th 1993 by Psychology Press

  4. Parental Development

    Edited by Jack Demick, Krisanne Bursik, Rosemarie DiBiase

    This volume seeks to identify and define the parameters of a relatively new problem area -- parental development. Drawing on the grand developmental theories of Sigmund Freud, Lawrence Kohlberg, Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, Heinz Werner, and their descendants, this book has the potential to generate...

    Published February 28th 1993 by Psychology Press

  5. Development in the Workplace

    Edited by Jack Demick, Patrice M. Miller

    Originally presented at the Sixth Adult Development Symposium, the papers in this volume examine possible relationships between the fields of organizational and (adult) developmental psychology with particular emphasis given to the grand developmental theories of Lawrence Kohlberg, Jean Piaget, Lev...

    Published October 31st 1992 by Psychology Press

  6. On Being Old

    The Psychology Of Later Life

    By Graham Stokes., Graham Stokes

    First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published July 14th 1992 by Routledge

  7. Mechanisms of Age-cognition Relations in Adulthood

    By Timothy A. Salthouse

    Series: Distinguished Lecture Series

    This monograph is the written version of a series of talks delivered as recent MacEachran Lectures at the University of Alberta. The informal style of the lectures, and the inclusion of a relatively large number of figures, has been preserved in order to keep the monograph faithful to the concept...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  8. Aging, Health Behaviors, and Health Outcomes

    Edited by K. Warner Schaie, Dan Blazer, James S. House, James A. House

    Series: Social Structure and Aging Series

    This volume is the fourth in a series designed to facilitate inter-disciplinary communication between scientists concerned with the description of societal phenomena and those investigating adult development. As such, it contains a compilation of papers presented at an annual conference held at the...

    Published November 30th 1991 by Psychology Press

  9. Theoretical Perspectives on Cognitive Aging

    By Timothy A. Salthouse

    The phenomenon of age-related cognitive decline has long been controversial, both in terms of mere existence, and with respect to how it is explained. Some researchers have dismissed it as an artifact of declining health or lower levels of education, and others have attributed it to general changes...

    Published September 30th 1991 by Psychology Press

  10. Parent-child Relations Throughout Life

    Edited by Karl Pillemer, Kathleen McCartney

    The study of parent-child relationships has long been of interest to behavioral scientists, both for its theoretical importance and for its practice and policy implications. There are, however, certain limitations to the knowledge in this area. First, research on parents and children is spread...

    Published July 31st 1991 by Routledge