Adult Life: Developmental Process / Edition 4by Judith Stevens-Long, Michael L. Commons, Michael Commons
Pub. Date: 02/28/1992
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This comprehensive introduction to adult development and aging offers balanced treatment of the early, middle, and late adult development stages. See more details below
This comprehensive introduction to adult development and aging offers balanced treatment of the early, middle, and late adult development stages.
- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
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- 4th ed.
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- 7.80(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.50(d)
Table of ContentsPART I. FOUNDATIONS OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING 1. Design and Methods 2. Theories of Adult Development PART II. YOUNG ADULTHOOD 3. The Inner Context of Development: Physical and Intellectual Change 4. Young Adulthood: The Personal Context Intimacy, Marriage, and Alternatives to Marriage 5. Young Adulthood: The Expanded Context Work and Family PART III. MIDDLE AGE 6. The Personal Context: Physiological and Psychological Changes at Midlife 7. Middle Age: The Personal Context Stability, Change, and Challenge 8. Middle Age: The Interpersonal Context PART IV. LATER LIFE 9. The Personal Context: Biology and Cognition 10. Old Age: The Interpersonal Context� Social Roles, Work, Family, and the Physical Environment 11. Old Age: The Expanded ContextThe Ecology of Aging 12. Death and Dying: A Final Context for Development Appendix: Anatomy and Physiology (in color)
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