||The International Journal of Aging and Human Development
Gregory C. Smith, Associate Editor: Ann Bowling
After 13 years of dedicated service, BERT HAYSLIP, Jr. is stepping down from
his position of Editor
and passes the torch to GREGORY C. SMITH.
Please join us in welcoming Gregory C. Smith as IJAH's new editor.
Click here to read Bert Hayslip's Farewell
ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HISTORICAL CONTENT
This impressive collection of electronic, fully searchable pdf's spans 28 years beginning with Volume 1, 1970, through Volume 48, 1998; it comprises 192 issues, 1168 articles, and 15,430 pages. The collection may be purchased outright for the low price of $1813.00*, or may be received as part of an enhanced subscription for just $122.00/year over the current subscription rate. The outright purchase is a truly remarkable value for this quality and quantity of content—for over 15,000 pages, the breakdown is less than 12 cents per page!
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, born 41 years ago, quickly became and remains a leading journal in the field of gerontology; an authoritative, international voice. This extensive resource collection covers all the developments and trends in the field as they originated and evolved; an unsurpassed treasure trove of information at one's fingertips!
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AIMS & 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.
ABSTRACTED & INDEXED IN
- Abstracts in Social Gerontology
- Academic Abstracts/CD-ROM
- Academic Search Premier
- Aged Care and Services Review
- All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information
- Applied Social Science Index and Abstracts
- Bibliographic Index of Health Education Periodicals
- Current Index to Journals in Education
- EBSCO Publishing Databases
- Excerpta Medica
- Exceptional Parent Magazine
- Family Abstracts
- Family Index Database
- Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI)
- H.W. Wilson
- Index to Periodical Literature on Aging
- International Bibliography of Book Reviews (IBR)
- International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ)
- Mental Health Abstracts
- National Information Services Corporation (NISC)
- PRE-PSYC Database
- Sage Family Studies
- Social Work Research and Abstracts
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Guest Editor: Ellen Bouchard Ryan
This special issue emerged from the Symposium on Intergenerational Communication,
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