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Handbook of the Psychology of Aging, 6th Edition Part I: Concepts, Theory, and Methods in the Psychology of Aging 1. Theoretical issues in the psychology of aging Timothy Salthouse 2. Design and analysis of longitudinal studies on aging Scott Hofer & Martin Sliwinski Part II Biological and Social Influences on Aging and Behavior 3. Gene environment interactions on behavior and aging George Vogler 4. The contributions of cognitive neuroscience to the understanding of behavior and aging Art Kramer 5. Health, behavior, and optimal aging Carolyn Aldwin 6. Environmental gerontology: Progress in the post-Lawton era Rick Scheidt Part III Behavioral Processes and Aging 7. Vision and aging Frank Schieber 8. Aging, complexity and motor performance Karl Newell 9. Speed of behavior and aging Alan Hartley 10. Memory Bill Hoyer 11. Applied learning and aging: A closer look at reading Bonnie Meyer 12. Language comprehension and production in normal aging Leah Light 13. Cognitive development and aging Ullman Lindenberger 14. Aging, decision processes, and every day problem solving Michael Marsiske & Jenifer Margret 15. Aging and the intersection of cognition, motivation and emotion Laura Carstensen 16. Personality and aging Dan Mroczek 17. Attitudes toward aging and their effects in behavior Tom Hess 18. Improving the mental health of older adults Robert Knight 19. Adaptive technology Charles Scialpa Part IV Complex Behavioral Concepts and Processes in Aging 20. Wisdom and aging Gerard Brugman 21. Autobiographical memory and the narrative self over the life span James Birren 22. Religion and health in late life Neal Krause
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Aging -- Psychological aspects.