Aging brain mature mind positive power
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The Mature Mind
Gene Cohen enjoyed debunking the myth that aging means an inevitable decline of mind and body. His own mother couldn't remember her 90th birthday, he said. More By and About This Author. Karnac Books on Facebook. Needs Improvement Love it! Middle age -- Psychological aspects. Mental acuity and vitality are becoming a life-long pursuit.
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything. November 13, AM ET. Gene Cohen, a renowned psychiatrist and gerontologist, draws from more than thirty years of research to show that surprising positive changes in our brains have the powerful potential to enhance, not diminish, our lives after fifty. A renowned psychiatrist and gerontologist draws from more than thirty years of research to show that surprising positive changes in our brains have the powerful potential to enhance, not diminish, our lives after fifty.
WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. Grief and Bereavement. Drawing on the results of two groundbreaking studies, Cohen illustrates that the years after age 65 are anything but 'retiring', and that creativity, intellectual growth and more satisfying relationships can blossom at any age. The fastest-growing segments of the population - those beyond the age of fifty - are no longer content to simply cope with the losses of age.