Aging: Its Challenge to the Individual and to Society : [papers]
Fordham University. Dept. of Psychology, Institute of Pastoral Psychology (9th : 1973 : Fordham University), Fordham University, New York. Dept. of Psychology
Fordham University Press, 1974 - 292 pages
The perennial problem of aging has come into even sharper national focus in recent years, with the percentage of our population aged 65 and over having more than doubled in this century, thus far, while the number has increased more than sixfold. These facts are basic; but their implications are manifold, presenting challenges for both the aging individual and for society-at-large.
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