4 edition of Life-span and change in a gerontological perspective found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Joep M.A. Munnichs ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Munnichs, Joep M. A. 1927-, Thomae, Hans, 1915-, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Psychological Laboratory. Dept. of Social Gerontology.|
|LC Classifications||BF724.8 .L54 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||85001410|
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Life-Span and Change in a Gerontological Perspective provides a critical evaluation of different methodological and theoretical approaches to the study of behavioral development in a life-span perspective.
This book addresses the need for more integrated knowledge in the field of gerontological and life-span psychology. Organized into three. Life-Span and Change in a Gerontological Perspective provides a critical evaluation of different methodological and theoretical approaches to the study of behavioral development in a life-span perspective.
This book addresses the need for more integrated knowledge in the field of gerontological and life-span psychology.
Organized into three Book Edition: 1. Life-span and change in a gerontological perspective. Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Alter: Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joep M A Munnichs; Hans Thomae; Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen.
Psychological Laboratory. Department of Social Gerontology. A gerontological perspective has its importance in the study of life-span and change. Some major questions such as what the consequences are of the findings in aging people for the knowledge about development in younger years Life-span and change in a gerontological perspective book how a specific personality-organization in youth will predict, at least partly, the behavior of adults or old people, by: Get this from a library.
Life-span and change in a gerontological perspective. [Joep M A Munnichs; Hans Thomae; Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Psychological Laboratory. Department of Social Gerontology.;] -- Life-Span and Change in a Gerontological Perspective.
holistic life span perspective for studying people in their environments as they age. This article proposes a theory for studying people over time in a holistic, encompassing manner. Article: Since the early work on a Theory of Thriving approximately 10 years ago, the Theory has evolved Life-span and change in a gerontological perspective book a gerontologic theory to a life span Size: 1MB.
Purchase Life-Span Developmental Psychology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Journal of Gerontological Nursing | ABSTRACTThere is a need for aging theories to become holistic and multidisciplinary with a life span focus. A Cited by: perspective on the care of the elderly patient.
The longest living humans today, live no longer than they did centuries ago. Maximum human life span is approximately years of age. This has not changed. However, the average life expectancy has increased Size: KB.
Aging and Human Development. From a biographical point of view, the concept of the life span—the length of life for an individual organism—draws attention to the biological limits on development and signals the temporal scope of inquiry (Elder, ).A life-span developmental perspective focuses on the processes and experiences occurring throughout the entire life Cited by: Solutions Manual for Aging and the Life Course An Introduction to Social Gerontology 7th Edition by Jill Quadagno 1 chapters — updated PM — 0 people liked it.
She is coauthor of Grief and Loss Across the Lifespan: A Biopsychosocial Perspective () and coeditor (with Toba S. Kerson) of Social Work in Health Settings: Practice in Context (3rd ed.—).
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A __________ takes place when a researcher studies several age groups at one point in time. THE study of aging demands an integrative life-span developmental approach.
Developmental and gerontological orientations, involving a melding of biological, psychological, and social perspectives, merge in life-span development and life course epidemiology (e.g., Alwin & Wray, ; Baltes, ; Kuh, Ben-Shlomo, Lynch, Hallqvist, & Power, ) to examine Cited by: Paul Baltes was born in Saalouis, Germany.
He received his doctorate degree from the University of Saarbrucken in Saarland, Germany in Baltes spent the next 12 years teaching psychology and human development at many different American Institutions before going back to Germany in Commonsense Geriatrics.
Thompson MK, Bristol, England, Clinical Press,pages, $, hardcover. Dr M. Keith Thompson, a general practitioner in England, writes an enlightening book. Gerontology is the study of the social, cultural, psychological, cognitive, and biological aspects of word was coined by Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov infrom the Greek γέρων, geron, "old man" and -λογία, -logia, "study of".
The field is distinguished from geriatrics, which is the branch of medicine that specializes in the treatment of existing disease in older adults. After reading this chapter you should be able to: 1. Recognize how developmental and systems theories can be used to explain changes in leisure across the life course.
Kathleen R. Tusaie, Ph.D., RN, PMHCNS/NP-BC, is professor emerita, past lead faculty of the Psychiatric NP Program at the University of Akron, and co-owner of a private group practice. Tusaie is certified as a PMH nurse practitioner (NP) and CNS (AACN). In addition, she holds certificates in advanced pharmacology, multicultural nursing, eye movement desensitization Price: $ Paradoxically within the field of life span psychology while great attention is placed on the nature of individual development, this is done in generally ahistorical circumstances and with minimal social contextualisation.
The work of Erik Erikson, which has been particularly influential in life span psychology, is an by: Thriving has been described as a positive life span concept that emphasizes human growth and development resulting from an optimal interaction between the.
Life-Span and Change in a Gerontological Perspective provides a critical evaluation of different methodological and theoretical approaches to the study of behavioral development in a life-span perspective. This book addresses the need for more integrated knowledge in the field of gerontological and life-span psychology.
Organized into three parts encompassing 12 chapters, this book. Boss, P. Closing the distance between child and family researchers:The task continues. [Review of the book Child influences on marital and family lnteraction: A lifespan perspective by R.
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Vern L. Bengtson is the AARP/University Professor of Gerontology and Sociology Emeritus and Research Professor of Social Work at the University of Southern California.
He has published sixteen books and over articles. He was elected President of the Gerontological Society of America and has twice been granted a MERIT award from the National Institute on Aging for Cited by: The new gerontology can render invisible important adaptive and other actions that allow people to cope with change (see Baltes & Carstensen, ).
Many people, for example, particularly older women, with their less than perfect bodies and with one or more chronic illnesses, confront cultural narratives of decline on their own terms (Furman Cited by: Creator (often writer) of a piece such as a book, script, play, article, podcast, comic, etc.
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Modeling Success in Life-Span Psychology—The Principles of Selection, Optimization, and Compensation 57 Frieder R. Lang, Margund K. Rohr, and Bettina Williger Introduction 57 The Nature of Development and the Meaning of Success in a Life-Span Perspective Description Presents Social Gerontology from Multiple Perspectives Aging Matters illuminates cultural, biological, physiological, emotional, cognitive, economic, and social aspects of aging.A useful guide to a range of disciplines, this title helps readers of all educational backgrounds understand the dynamic interactions between older people and their : Website.
Social Gerontology: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, 9th Edition. Since the last edition, there has been a dramatic shift in the economic context in which we age.
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In: Demick J Cited by: 5. Learning Objective: Discuss the distinctive features of a life-span perspective on development. Topic: Studying life-span development.
The _____ approach to the study of development emphasizes extensive change from birth to adolescence, especially during infancy, little or no change in adulthood, and decline in old age. prescriptive B. The earliest gerontological theory in the functionalist perspective is disengagement theory, which suggests that withdrawing from society and social relationships is a natural part of growing are several main points to the theory.
First, because everyone expects to die one day, and because we experience physical and mental decline as we approach death, it is natural to. Preface??xix part one The Field of Social Gerontology 1 chapter 1?The Growth of Social Gerontology 3 The Field of Gerontology??3 Social Gerontology??5 What Is Aging???5 The Older Population is Diverse??6 An Active Aging Framework??7 A Person?Environment Perspective on Social Gerontology??8 Environmental Press??8???Environmental Interventions??10.
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Current Issues in Lifespan Development. Current Issue in Life-Span Development Paper Danielle Watson University of Phoenix Dr. Terry Portis PSYCH J From the time a person is born until the time a person passes away, they are changing constantly over the years.
Most of the changes throughout life’s various stages are because of the common biological and. meaing of life and death. From a life-span perspective, the developmental tasks and primary values change in different development stages. Spiritual growth duriing the last stage of development In old age, there is an increase in interiority (Jung,) and focus on achieving integrity (Erickson, ).
Recipient of the Most Promising New Textbook Award from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA) Chronologically organized, Lifespan Development: Lives in Context offers a unique perspective on the field by focusing on the importance of context—examining how the places, sociocultural environments, and ways in which we are raised influence who we.
the diversity of influences on human well-being across the life span. It will also encourage the development of new interventions that will improve lives. The book will enable college students to broaden their perspective on human life, and to be-come aware of the many influences that affect aging in their Size: 3MB.These beliefs about aging are not static—they shift and change as society.
evolves. Like other social groups, such as women or African Americans, myths have emerged and, over time, have become part of the social fabric. These aging myths, which form the basis for stereotypes, create a limited social perspective on older people, and, asFile Size: 1MB.You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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