A must-have professional reference for researchers and educators
in psychology, sociology, anthropology, public health, genetics,
medicine, and the biological sciences, this issue of the Annual
Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics discusses how complex
biological, behavioral, and social systems interact to create and
impact health. This knowledge is essential to maintaining positive
health outcomes over the life span and across a variety of
populations and settings.
With contributions by leading world scientists, this trusted
annual volume reviews the current literature and presents examples
of how biological factors underlie behavioral factors to impact
health in later life. It also offers methods for examining these
complex systems of biology and behavior, and explores how social
scientists use this information in their research. Key
Genetic and environmental contributions to Alzheimer's disease and
age-associated memory changes
Vascular depression, including cardiovascular implications for
The impact of spirituality on health
Family comorbidity and the family context as a source of
Stress and coping
Exercise and oxidative damage
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