Life-Span Developmental Psychology: Intergenerational Relations

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Author Index

A
Abeles, R.P., 128, 144
Aberle, D., 116, 122
Ackerman, C., 114, 122
Adams, B.N., 119, 122,130, 131, 144,155, 182
Adcock, F.E., 35, 38, 49
Adelson, J., 128, 145
Aeschylus, 30, 34, 35, 39, 48, 49
Ainsworth, M.P.S., 135, 136, 144
Albin, A.R., 231, 240
Aldous, J., 51, 75,130, 144
Aldous, R., 129, 133, 138, 146,155, 182
Allen, W.R., 55, 75
Althouse, R., 91, 96
Ambler, C.H., 78, 96
Amsden, D.G., 255, 264
Anderson, B., 101, 122
Anthony, E.H., 139, 144
Antonovsky, A., 36, 49,211-13, 221, 222
Applebaum, M., 204, 210
Aristotle, 29, 34-35, 38, 39, 48, 49
Atchley, R., 130, 133, 134, 149
Austin, C.D., 258, 263

B
Bahr, H.M., 119, 122
Bakke, E.W., 154, 182
Baltes, P.B., 1, 24,51, 52, 75, 76,201, 210
Bandura, A., 21, 22, 24
Barnes, J.A., 111, 122
Barnstone, W., 43, 49
Bart, P., 129, 144
Bateson, G., 233, 240
Bayley, N., 186, 187, 193, 197, 208, 209
Beck, J., 233, 240
Beck, P.A., 51, 75
Bell, D., 18, 24
Bell, R.Q., 226, 227, 235, 240
Benedek, T., 225, 240
Bengtson, V.L., 1, 2, 4, 5, 7-14, 22, 25, 51-55, 75, 76,130-32, 134-36, 138, 143, 144, 149,181, 183,223, 240,250, 260, 264
Bennett, S.K., 155, 165, 168, 175, 182
Berger, P., 2, 224, 240
Bergman, A., 129, 135, 136, 148
Berk, R.A., 54, 55, 75
Bettelheim, B., 129, 130, 143, 144
Bielby, W.T., 53, 75
Binger, C.M., 231, 240
Black, O., 1, 8, 10, 13, 22, 25,134, 135, 144,223, 240
Blau, Z.S., 129, 144
Blehar, M.C., 135, 136, 144
Blieszner, R., 201, 210
Block, J., 162, 176, 182
Block, M.R., 251, 263
Blos, P., 129, 144
Blow, F.C., 125, 129, 148
Bluebond-Langner, M., 229-31, 240
Boisen, A.T., 94, 96
Bommelaere, K., 231, 239, 241
Bond, K., 7, 26
Boszormenyi-Nagy, I., 134, 135, 144
Bott, E., 99, 110, 122,155, 182
Bowman, P.J., 55, 58, 76
Bowra, C.M., 36, 49

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