By George Maddox PhD, M. Powell Lawton PhD
This quantity of the once a year evaluate focuses consciousness accurately on teh missed documentation and explaination of heterogeneity of the way humans get older inside society. THe society of certain curiosity is the us in quite contemporary a long time, even though the various chapters contain istructive comparisons with different societies.
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Other individual-level, longitudinal analyses have found patterns resembling radial divergence—both during the school years on values (Feldman & Weller, 1976; Huntley, 1965, 1967) as well as test performance and track placement (Rosenbaum, 1976, 1978) and in the period between middle and late adulthood—for characteristics such as resource availability (David & Menchik, 1984), lifestyle (Guillemard, 1982), and health (Maddox & Douglass, 1974; Schaie, in press). Nevertheless, these crossover examples serve as cautions regarding the kinds of complexities that may underlie an aggregated cohort trajectory, whatever its shape.
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Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 8, 1988: Varieties of Aging by George Maddox PhD, M. Powell Lawton PhD