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Psychology of aging 101 [electronic resource]

Psychology of aging 101 [electronic resource]

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Youdin, Robert.
Title Statement
Psychology of aging 101 [electronic resource] / Robert Youdin.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Springer Publishing Company,   c2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xiii, 247 p.).
Series Statement
The psych 101 series
ISBN
9780826130136 (electronic bk.) 0826130135 (electronic bk.) 9780826130129 0826130127
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Older adults are not all the same -- Ageism and stigma -- Psychological problems older adults experience -- Normal cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia -- Older adults and their sexual lives -- Substance abuse/dependence is not just a problem for young people -- Older adult abuse -- Environmental geropsychology -- Issues surrounding dying and death -- Future areas for psychologists interested in the psychology of aging.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Aging --Psychological aspects. Older people --Psychology.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Share Psychology of Aging 101 -- Introduction -- Geropsychology -- A Contemporary Change in How Psychologists Perceive Older Adults -- Opportunities Today in Geropsychology -- References -- Chapter 1: Older Adults Are Not All the Same -- Older Adult Life Stages -- Young-Old Adults (65–74 Years of Age) -- Middle-Old Adults (75–84 Years of Age) -- Old-Old Adults (85–99 Years of Age) -- Centenarians (100–109 Years of Age) -- Super-Centenarians (110+ Years of Age) -- Erikson’s Stage Theory -- Limitations of Life Stages and Erikson’s Stage Theory -- References -- Chapter 2: Ageism and Stigma -- Ageism -- Types of Ageism -- Additional Classic Theories of Ageism -- The New Ageism -- The Incompetence Model -- The Geriactivist Model -- Stigma -- Other Types of Stigma -- Self-Stigma -- Courtesy Stigma -- Stigmatized Labels of Older Adults That Intersect With Ageism -- Dementia -- Gender -- Medical Illness -- Psychological Problems -- Racism/Poverty -- Sexual Orientation -- References -- Chapter 3: Psychological Problems That Older Adults Experience -- Two Models for Viewing an Older Adult With Psychological Problems: An Inherent Conflict for a Psychologist -- Viewing an Older Adult Using the Medical Model -- Viewing an Older Adult Using the Person-in-Environment Model -- Psychological Problems That Older Adults Experience -- Anxiety Disorders -- Mood Disorders -- Personality Disorders -- Psychotic Disorders -- References -- Chapter 4: Normal Cognitive Decline, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia -- The Psychologist’s Role in Treating an Older Adult With Dementia -- Neuropsychological Concepts for Understanding Cognitive Deficits in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia -- Neuroplasticity -- Memory and Memory Impairments -- Deficits in Olfactory Functioning -- Mild Cognitive Impairment and the Most Common Dementias Treated by a Psychologist -- Mild Cognitive Impairment -- Vascular Dementia -- Frontotemporal Dementia (Pick’s Disease/Complex) -- Dementia With Lewy Bodies -- Alzheimer’s Disease -- Secondary Consequences of the Dementias -- Driving Retirement -- Inappropriate Sexual Behaviors -- Dementia in Imprisoned Older Adults -- References -- Chapter 5: Older Adults and Their Sexual Lives -- Health Benefits and Sexuality -- Heterosexual Partnered Older Adults -- Older Adult Women -- Older Adult Men -- Special Considerations for LGBT Older Adults -- Dementia and Sexuality -- HIV and Older Adults -- Sexuality and Institutions -- References -- Chapter 6: Substance Abuse/Dependence Is Not Just a Problem for Young People -- Psychopharmacological Concepts That Underlie Substance Abuse/Dependence -- Pharmacokinetics -- Pharmacodynamics -- Classes of Psychoactive Substances Misused or Abused by Older Adults -- Alcohol -- Benzodiazepines -- Cannabis -- Opioids -- References -- Chapter 7: Older Adult Abuse -- Theoretical Models of Older Adult Abuse -- Vulnerability and Risk Model -- Subjectivity Hypothesis Model -- Prevalence of Older Adult Abuse -- Perpetrators of Older Adult Abuse -- Risk Factors for an Older Adult Being Abused -- Types of Older Adult Abuse -- Sites Where Older Adult Abuse May Occur -- Aging in Place -- Hospitals -- Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes -- Abuse of Older Adults With Dementia -- Abuse of Older Adults With Disabilities -- Older Adult Self-Abuse -- Self-Neglect -- Self-Harm -- Prisons and Older Adult Abuse -- References -- Chapter 8: Environmental Geropsychology -- The Human–Environment Interface -- Theoretical Models Underlying Environmental Geropsychology -- The Theory of Affordances -- The Reasonable Person Model -- The Theory of Social Settings -- The Tri-Dimensional Intervention Model -- Implicit Ageism: Environmental Ageism and Its Effects on Older Adults -- Environmental Interventions -- Environmental Interventions to Increase Medical and Psychological Health -- Environmental Interventions to Encourage Social Connectedness and Intergenerational Communication and Socialization -- Environment and Dementia: A Positive Approach -- References -- Chapter 9: Issues Surrounding Dying and Death -- Dying -- End-of-Life Planning (Advance Care Planning) -- End-of-Life Palliative Care -- Intensive Care and Terminal Illness -- Euthanasia: Physician-Assisted Suicide -- Dying With Dementia -- Death, Grief, and Bereavement -- Place of Death -- Grief -- Theoretical Models of Grief -- Five Stages of Grief -- Four Tasks of Mourning -- Dual-Process Model of Coping With Bereavement -- Three Stages of Grieving -- References -- Chapter 10: Future Areas for Psychologists Interested in the Psychology of Aging -- Person-in-Environment Perspective -- Cognitive Decline and Dementia -- Older Adult Substance Abuse -- Older Adult Abuse -- Environmental Psychology -- Dying and Death -- Disenfranchised Grief -- References -- Index -- .

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