Handbook of Aging and Mental Health: An Integrative Approach

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Jacob Lomranz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013. gada 21. nov. - 539 lappuses
This comprehensive resource responds to a growing need for theory and multidisciplinary integrative research in adult and gerontological health. Handbook of Aging and Mental Healthbrings together, for the first time, diverse strategies and methodologies as well as theoretical formulations involving psychodynamic, behavioral, psychosocial, and biological systems as they relate to aging and health. Forward-thinking in his approach, Lomranz provides the mental health, adult developmental, and geriatric professions with a single reference source that covers theory construction, empirical research, treatment, and multidisciplinary program development.

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Toward Theories in Mental Health and Aging
1
WELLBEING ADJUSTMENT AND GROWTH BEHAVIORS
13
Cognitive and Motivational Implications
45
Defining Features
69
STRESS COPING AND MENTAL HEALTH
97
Why Do Some
121
An Israeli Perspective
135
Placing LateLife Stress Effects in a LifeCourse Perspective
153
Objective
297
THE FAMILY IN LATER LIFE
319
A Frame of Reference for Guiding Research Regarding
341
Multigenerational Families and Mental Illness in Late Life
355
CrossCultural Perspective on Attitudes toward Family
383
MEMORY AND DEMENTIA
413
AgeRelated Cognitive Decline and the Dementia Threshold
435
Education and Dementia
449

THE ADULT DEVELOPING SELF
179
A Developmental Analysis
197
Coping
217
PSYCHODYNAMICS AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
251
The Problem
281
DEPRESSION AND AGING
459
Narrative
483
A Triaxial Model
497
Future Perspectives
511
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