By Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Martin J Sliwinski
This unheard of assortment attracts at the most modern demographic info and combines vintage examine with state of the art ways to supply a useful assessment of the developmental psychology of the grownup years.
- Covers a variety of issues inside grownup improvement and getting older, from theoretical views to precise content material areas
- Includes newly commissioned essays from the head researchers within the field
- Takes a biopsychosocial standpoint, masking the organic, mental and social adjustments that ensue in adulthood
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