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International Journal of Aging and Human Development


Title Abbreviation
Int J Aging Hum Dev
ISSN
0091-4150
Readership
Biomedical Researchers, Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Psychologists, Researchers, Social Scientists
Scope
Under what conditions does "development" end? Under what conditions does "aging" begin? Can these conditions themselves be modified by intervention at the psychological, social, or biological levels? To what extent are patterns of development and aging attributable to biological factors? To psychological factors? How can the social and behavioral sciences contribute to the actualization of human potential throughout the entire life span? What are the implications of gerontological research for our understanding of the total development of human organism? These are some of the broad questions with which the International Journal of Aging and Human Development is concerned. Emphasis is upon psychological and social studies of aging and the aged. However, the Journal also publishes research that introduces observations from other fields that illuminate the "human" side of gerontology, or utilizes gerontological observations to illuminate in other fields.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - US
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