Handbook of the Psychology of AgingEdited by
- K. Schaie, College of Health and Human Development, The Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.
- Sherry Willis, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, U.S.A.
Researchers and students in gerontology.
Paperback, 434 Pages
Published: December 2010
Imprint: Academic Press
Part I: Concepts, Theory, and Methods in the Psychology of Aging
1. Concepts and theory in the psychology of aging Roger Dixon, University of Alberta
2. Methodology, attrition, meta-analysis and data imputation Emilio Ferrer, University of California at Davis3. Historical influences on aging and behavior K. Warner Schaie, University of Washington
Part II. Neuroscience, cognition and aging4. Executive function and cognitive aging Mary Lucscz, Flinders University
5. Structural imaging and cognitive aging Karen Rodrigue and Kristen Kennedy, U of Texas at Dallas6. Cognitive aging and neurogenetics William Kremen, UCSD and Michael Lyons, Boston University7. Neuroplasticity of cognitive function with age Denise Park, University of Texas at Dallas
8. Memory: Normal and pathological changes with age Lars Nyberg, University of Umea and Lars Bäckman, Karolinska Institutet9. Complex decision making Ellen Peters, Decision Research and University of Oregon
10. Cognitive interventions Elizabeth Stein-Morrow, University of IllinoisPart III: Social and Health Factors that Impact Aging11. Control, health and aging Margie Lachman, Bradndeis University
12. Stress and aging David Almeida, Pennsylvania State University13. Health disparities, social class and aging Keith Whitfield. Duke University
14 . Adult Inter-generational relations Karen Fingerman, Purdue University15. Wisdom, aging and wellbeing Monika Ardelt, University of Florida.16. Age stereotypes and aging Mary Lee Hummert, University of Kansas
17, Communications, elderspeak, and aging Howard Giles, University of California, Santa Barbara18. Work and aging Ursula Staudinger, Jacobs University, Bremen
19. Emotion and aging Susan T. Charles20. Psychopathology, grief and aging, Susan Whitbourne, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
21. Psychological assessment of emotional distress, personality disorders, personality and aging Barry Edelstein, West Virginia University, and Dan Segal, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs22. Neuropsychological assessment of the dementias of late life Jennifer Manly, Columbia University, Stephanie Consentino and Adam Brickman23. Caregiving and the older caregiver Bob Knight, Universitty of Southern California
24. Legal competency assessment and geroforensic psychology Jenifer Moye, Harvard Medical School