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Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Vol. 7 by K. Warner Schaie PhD

By K. Warner Schaie PhD

This quantity of the ARGG is dedicated to the behavioral sciences, with specific cognizance given to themes in experimental and utilized psychology. With the quick cost of study during this box of getting older, the members deal with a few vital simple and utilized issues which are underrepresented in different literature.

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