Aging and Old Age

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Aging and Old Age
Author : Richard A. Posner
File Size : 50,8 Mb
Publisher : University of Chicago Press
Language : English
Release Date : 03 February 1995
ISBN : 0226675688
Pages : 388 pages
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Aging and Old Age by Richard A. Posner Book PDF Summary

Observing that people change both physically and cognitively as they age, Posner suggests that each of us has, in succession, two separate selves - younger and older - with different abilities, interests, and behaviors, an insight that helps clarify a number of issues concerning the elderly.

Aging and Old Age

Observing that people change both physically and cognitively as they age, Posner suggests that each of us has, in succession, two separate selves - younger and older - with different abilities, interests, and behaviors, an insight that helps clarify a number of issues concerning the elderly.

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