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A comprehensive multidisciplinary encyclopedia dealing with the aging process and older adults. Intended for "the educated inquirer who needs a brief authoritative introduction to key topics and issues in aging."
The articles in the encyclopedia touch upon the many and varied aspects of research in gerontology, from the genetics and biology of aging, to issues of daily life: the workplace, family life, retirement, health care, social security and pensions.