Vital Involvement in Old Age Erikson Erik H.,Erikson Joan M. &Kivnick Helen Q.New York:Norton (1986)352pp $20.95 paperback

@article{Ferguson1995VitalII,
  title={Vital Involvement in Old Age Erikson Erik H.,Erikson Joan M. \&Kivnick Helen Q.New York:Norton (1986)352pp \$20.95 paperback},
  author={Sue Ferguson},
  journal={Behaviour Change},
  year={1995},
  volume={12},
  pages={247 - 248}
}
  • Sue Ferguson
  • Published 1 December 1995
  • Psychology
  • Behaviour Change
Australasia and draws conclusions about the differential prevalence for men and women. The second paper has sociological perspective and makes a case for mental disorders arising from social structures and the impact of change on genetically predisposed individuals. In the second section the four areas where males are more affected than females namely: childhood, suicide, substance abuse and antisocial behaviour are explored. In the third section various factors affecting male mental health are… 
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A Linguist's Reminiscences to Identification Theory: Epistolary of Panteleimon Kulish. Article 2

  • L. Shevchenko
  • Psychology
    Actual issues of Ukrainian linguistics: theory and practice
  • 2019
The article is devoted to the analysis of the complex process of evolution of Panteleimon Kulish's worldview. Panteleimon Kulish was a polyphonic personality who left in the history of the Ukrainian