Up-to-date annotated bibliography dealing with the important psychological issues of aging covers varied types of source materials. An introduction sets the stage for the topical chapters that make up the main part of the book. The 14 topical chapters cover theoretical and research methodology, sensory and perceptual processes, psychophysiology, learning/memory and problem-solving, intelligence and creativity, interpersonal relationships, personality, work and retirement, mental health and therapy, and death and dying. Author and subject indexes make the unique guide easily accessible for varied research in the field of psychology and gerontology.
Psychology of Aging