'A go-to resource for both novice and expert researchers, this timely handbook takes a life course perspective on cognitive aging - from biology to culture. Expert chapters synthesize new evidence in core cognitive domains, review novel approaches to interventions and lifespan trajectories, and offer fresh perspectives on emotional, social, and lifestyle influences on the aging mind.'
Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz
'The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Aging is a comprehensive compendium of cutting-edge perspectives by a veritable who’s who of experts in the field. This informative and innovative volume will be an invaluable resource for years to come.'
Margie E. Lachman - Minnie and Harold Fierman Professor of Psychology, Brandeis University
'This handbook, which provides a comprehensive review by leading researchers of age-related changes in cognitive functioning, is unique in assessing the emerging role of experiential, environmental, social, emotional, and other life-course factors in cognitive aging. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in human aging.'
Moshe Naveh-Benjamin - University of Missouri
‘This comprehensive international handbook of theories and mechanisms of cognitive aging adopts a life course perspective and provides detailed coverage of domain-specific models, social and emotional contexts, early-life influences and biological predispositions, and later-life interventions. This extensive overview will appeal most to graduate students and researchers ...'
E. R. Paterson