By K. Warner Schaie PhD, M. Powell Lawton PhD
During this well timed quantity, prestigious individuals contain new wisdom from normal psychology right into a extra accomplished and available view of emotion in grownup improvement and getting older. the 1st bankruptcy units the level via offering an summary of emotion around the complete life-span. next chapters study and examine thought-provoking subject matters together with: how emotions are utilized in interpersonal communique around the years of maturity; the linkage among tense lifestyles occasions and the prevalence of sickness; and the alterations in emotional depth and emotional knowing as we age. This quantity is key for basic psychologists, gerontologists, researchers, and geriatric practitioners meaning to higher their knowing in their older sufferers and clients.For extra info, Please click on the following!
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Thus, a certain dependability and regularity in our emotion experiences provides stability in basic aspects of self-identity, self-concept, and personality. In DET, emotions play a key role in the development and maintenance of self-identity and the broader construct of self-concept. Emotion feelings define the central feature of sense of self. They provide stability and continuity to self-perceptions throughout the life span (Dougherty, Abe, & 20 IZARD & ACKERMAN Izard, 1996). The mechanisms for maintaining stability and continuity are the motivational processes inherent in emotions.
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Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 17, 1997: Focus on Emotion and Adult Development by K. Warner Schaie PhD, M. Powell Lawton PhD