Process of Aging : Social and Psychological Perspectives.

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5050 |a Cover -- Volume 01 -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Contributors -- Part 1. Psychological Capacities -- Introduction -- Section I: Studies of Cognition -- Chapter 1. Intellectual Capacities, Aging, and Man's Environment -- Chapter 2. Psychological and Psychomotor Functions in Aging -- Chapter 3. Information Transmission and Age -- Chapter 4. Experimental-Clinical Method and the Cognitive Disorders of the Senium -- Chapter 5. Age Differences in Conceptual Abilities -- Section II: Psychophysiological Problems -- Chapter 6. Social, Psychological, and Physiological Gerontology-An Experimental Psychologist's Approach -- Chapter 7. Cognitive Tasks in Several Modalities -- Chapter 8. The Halstead Index and Differential Aging -- Chapter 9. Psychophysiological Techniques in the Study ofthe Aged -- Chapter 10. Assessing Biological Age -- Section III: Psychological Environment -- Chapter 11. Appraising Environment -- Chapter 12. Environment and Meaningful Activity -- Chapter 13. Sixty-five and Over -- Chapter 14. Expectations of Supervisors Concerning Older Workers -- Part 2. Successful aging -- Introduction -- Chapter 15. The Concept of Adjustment in Old Age -- Chapter 16. Successful Aging -- Chapter 17. Personality and the Aging Process -- Chapter 18. Styles of Life and Successful Aging -- Part 3. Psychopathology of Aging -- Introduction -- Section I: Diagnosis and Classification -- Chapter 19. Diagnostic and Nosological Aspects of Mental Disorder in Old Age -- Chapter 20. Schizophrenias of Old Age -- Chapter 21. Patterns of Geriatric Mental Illness -- Section II: Psychological Processes and Variables -- Chapter 22. On Becoming an Institutionalized Aged Person -- Chapter 23. The Influence of Age on Schizophrenia -- Section III: Coping with the Psychopathologies of the Aged.
5058 |a Chapter 24. The Follow-Up Method in the Management of Aged Psychiatric Patients -- Chapter 25. Community and Hospital Care of the Mentally III -- Chapter 26. Rehabilitation of Long-Term Aged Patients -- Part 4. Summary and Conclusions -- Chapter 27. Implications for Future Research -- Subject Index -- Name Index -- Volume 02 -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Contributors -- Part Five: Relations with Family and Society -- Introduction -- Section I: Methodological Considerations -- Chapter 28: National Studies of Older People in the United States -- Chapter 29: Longitudinal Studies in Social Gerontology -- Section II: Substantive Studies -- Chapter 30: Social System and the Problem of Aging -- Chapter 31: The Older Person in Family, Community, and Society -- Chapter 32: The Transition from Extended Families to Nuclear Families -- Chapter 33: The Impact of Age on Attitudes toward Social Change -- Chapter 34: Attitudes toward Special Settings for the Aged -- Part Six: Social Factors in Psychiatric Disorders -- Introduction -- Section I: Epidemiology and Ecology -- Chapter 35: Epidemiology of Old-Age Psychiatric Disorders -- Chapter 36: Social and Epidemiological Aspects of Suicide with Special Reference to the Aged -- Chapter 37: Aging and Mental Health in Hong Kong -- Section II: Social Processes and Variables -- Chapter 38: Adjustment of the Normal Aged -- Chapter 39: Some Social Dimensions of Psychiatric Disorders in Old Age -- Chapter 40: Hospitalization of the Elderly Psychiatrically III -- Chapter 41: Measuring Incapacity for Self-Care, Peter Townsend -- Part Seven: Economics, Health, and Retirement -- Introduction -- Section I: Employment-Patterns and Health -- Chapter 42: Work Patterns of Older People -- Chapter 43: Seniority Protection for Older Workers.
5058 |a Chapter 44: Reflections on the Health and Employment of Older People -- Chapter 45: Occupational Health and Old Age -- Chapter 46: The Matrix of Health, Manpower, and Age -- Section II: Retirement-Attitudes, Influences, and Income -- Chapter 47: Retirement-Norms, Behavior, and Functional Aspects of Normative Behavior -- Chapter 48: Social Values and the Institutionalization of Retirement -- Chapter 49: Workers' and Employers' Attitudes toward Retirement Age and Pensions -- Chapter 50: Income Security, Retirement, and Pension-Deduction Rules -- Chapter 51: State Pensions and the Age of Retirement, Brian Abel-Smith -- Chapter 52: Income Security Programs and the Propensity to Retire -- Chapter 53: Occupation and Health -- Chapter 54: Levels of Living in Old Age-Basic Issues -- Chapter 55: Old-Age Pensions and Allowances in France -- Chapter 56: Recent Developments in Income Security Programs in the United Kingdom -- Chapter 57: Policies and Issues in Old-Age Income Security in the United States -- Chapter 58: Standard Budgets for Elderly Persons -- Part Eight: Summary and Conclusions -- Chapter 59: Implications for Future Research -- Subject Index -- Name Index.
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