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This e-book is worried with the final problems with getting older, studying and schooling for the aged after which with the extra particular problems with why, how and what elders are looking to study. This monograph comprises 10 chapters written by way of a variety of the world over well known researchers and scholar-practitioners within the box.
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Ageing is known to affect a number of cognitive processes negatively (Salthouse 1985). It is obvious from research that aspects of the human information-processing system deteriorate with age, in particular, perception, learning and memory processes. However, an outcome of the focus on problem-oriented research on ageing has helped create an image of older people as ‘being over the hill, out of date, out of touch, frail, sick and in need of services and support’ (Kerschner and Pegues 1998). This picture is compounded by a focus on the effects of diseases, which are more likely with age, that affect physical and social functioning.
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Active Ageing, Active Learning: Issues and Challenges by Gillian Boulton-Lewis, Maureen Tam