Psychological Aging

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

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Accepting Life's Transitions DVD 2003 AG5.A1

This program examines the aging process from beginning to end, defining age from the viewpoints of biology, psycholog

AGES curriculum unit: gero-psychology Book n.d. PS4.S1
Aging successfully: psychological aspects of growing old DVD 1998 AG5.B10

Based on the work of Paul B. Baltes, PhD, and Margret M. Baltes, PhD.; narrator, Monisha Pasupathi.

Aging: continuity and change Book 1983 AG1.A40

A general overview on aging which covers: "perspective," "how does it feel to grow older?" "

Annual review of gerontology and geriatrics, volume 11, 1991 Book 1992 AG7.S10

Contents: memory, learning, intelligence, cognition, self-concept, psychological well-being, emotional regulation, se

Characteristics of the elderly: instructor's guide Book 1979 EN4.C10

This instructor's guide, accompanying one of 18 workbooks in a housing-management curriculum for HUB-related hou

Characteristics of the elderly: participant's workbook Book 1979 EN4.C12

One of 18 workbooks in a housing-management curriculum for managers in HUD-related housing, each of which is targeted

Human aging: a biological and behavioral study Book n.d. BI1.B20

A classic in the field of gerontology. Issued by the National Institute of Mental Health has the publicvation No.

Interdisciplinary geriatric assessment: a psychological perspective Book 1987 PS4.R2
Optimal Aging Videocassette 1995 AG5.O4

From Session 10 of the Essentials of Aging Teleconference Series, June 9, 1995.

Optimal Aging DVD 1995 AG5.O4

From Session 10 of the Essentials of Aging Teleconference Series, June 9, 1995.

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

Positive Aging: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals and Consumers Book 2006 PS1.P30

In a groundbreaking book, Robert Hill, a psychologist, professor, and leading researcher in geriatric care, rethinks

Psycho-social issues, tape 1 [Rural Geriatric Health Care Seminar] Videocassette 1991 MH5.P10

John R. Walsh presents Dementia and Delirium (1:00) and Depression/Sleep Disturbance (:38).

Psycho-social issues, tape 1 [Rural Geriatric Health Care Seminar] DVD 1991 MH5.P10

John R. Walsh presents Dementia and Delirium (1:00) and Depression/Sleep Disturbance (:38).

Seasons of Life Study Guide Book 1990 AD4.SA
Seasons of Life Study Guide Book 1990 AD4.SA

Seasons of Life is an introductory telecourse in life-span development - an exploration of the fascinating biological

Seven Strategies for Positive Aging Book 2008 PS1.P31

A practical companion to Robert Hill’s Positive Aging: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals and Consumers, Seven S

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 Psychology of Aging Book 1964 PS1.B2
Women As They Age: Challenge, Opportunity, and Triumph Book 1989 AG1.W30

Offers consumers an exploration of the realities of being an aging woman in a youth-oriented and male-dominated socie

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The Resource Center is a membership library that serves a variety of health professionals, researchers, educators and individuals involved in geriatrics and gerontology research.

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The OGEC Resource Center is part of the Oregon Geriatric Education Center (OGEC). OGEC is a collaboration between Portland State University's Institute on Aging, Oregon Health & Science University, and Oregon State University.

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