Journal of Adult Development
Journal of Adult Development, is a forum for publication of peer-reviewed, original theoretical and empirical articles on biological, psychological (cognitive, affective, valuative, behavioral), and sociocultural development in young, middle, and late adulthood. Coverage spans developments in both basic and applied research as well as quantitative and qualitative approaches to inquiry. The range of topics includes the acquisition of moral ideas and principles; the development and character of the ego; the changing nature of human relationships across the life span; relationship between the ethical atmosphere of higher education institutions and the development of adults within them; ways in which clinical interventions and adult developmental characteristics promote development in a variety of settings.
Journal of Adult Development is published in collaboration with the Society for Research in Adult Development.
The Role of Self-Efficacy in Explaining Psychological and Financial Preparation for Retirement: A Behavioural Study of Retirement Transitioning in Uganda
Florence Nansubuga (June 2017)
Long-Term Psychological Health Among Individuals Pursuing Emerging Adulthood-Type Pathways in the 1950s and 1960s
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