Normal Aging

The below items have "Normal Aging" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Acting our age: a film about women growing old Videocassette 1987 AG5.D20

Introduces six women, aged 65-75, who come from diverse back-grounds: Finnish-American, black, lesbian, latina, Jewis

Aging: disuse or disease? [teleconference handouts] Book 1993 BI4.O40
Aging: disuse or disease? [teleconference handouts] Book 1993 BI4.O40
Concise Guide to Geriatric Psychiatry Book 2002 GE4. C51

The third edition of this easy-to-use pocket-sized reference text is intended for use by all mental health profession

Nobody ever died of old age Book 1972 AG1.C50

The experiences of aging friends and relatives provides the background for general observations on aging in America.

Normal human aging the Baltimore Longitudinal study of Aging Book 1984 GR7.S20

A report on the methods and findings of the first 23 years of the BLSA (1958-81), which attempted to distinguish betw

Perspectives on aging Book 1981 AG1.J30

A lecture series funded by the colonial penn insurance group.

Physical change and aging: a guide for the helping professions, third edition Book 1994 BI4.S10

Covers normal aging, functioning, age-related changes, psychological and social implications of changes, and major ag

Successful aging Book 1998 AG1.R30

ch. 1. Breaking down the myths of aging -- ch. 2. Structure of successful aging -- ch. 3.

The ageless self; sources of meaning in late life Book 1986 AG1.K10

This book, drawn on extensive interviews with sixty men and women aged 70-97, illuminaates the ability of the elderly

The Duke longitudinal studies of normal aging, 1955-1980: overview of history, design, and findings. Book 1985 GR7.B50

Documents the development and use of one of the longest longitudinal surveys of aging.

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