Psychology and the Aging Revolution
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Psychology and the Aging Revolution examines the latest theories and research on how aging affects cognition, memory, social relationships, emotion, physical and mental health, and responses to psychotherapy.
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- Psychology and the Aging Revolution
- Using the Gift of Long Life: Psychological Implications of the Age Revolution
- Neuropsychology and Cognitive Aging: What Have We Taught Each Other?
- Toward a Neuropsychology of Cognitive Aging
- Memory Changes in Adulthood
- Can Acquired Knowledge Compensate for Age-Related Declines in Cognitive Efficiency?
- Expressive, Physiological, and Subjective Changes in Emotion Across Adulthood
- What Is Being Optimized Over Development? A Self-Determination Theory and Basic Psychological Needs
- The Evolution of Social Relationships in Later Adulthood
- A Behavioral Medicine Perspective on Aging and Health
- Aging Research and Health: A Status Report
- Depression: Current Developments and Controversies
- Variations on Depression in Later Life
- Psychotherapy and Aging in the 21st Century: Integrative Themes
- Discuss the neurological effects of aging.
- Describe the impact of aging on memory.
- Explain the impact of aging on emotion.
- Describe the impact of depression on older adults.
- Explain the Behavioral Medicine Perspective on aging and health.