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Contact the graduate coordinator for additional information. Schedule an appointment with the Gerontology Graduate Student Advisor, Dr. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers. Teachers' commitment to their profession: Dissertation Abstracts International. All of the readings raise methodological and analytical questions that anyone interested in undertaking auto/research should consider carefully. These changes in both the quality and composition of social relationships over the lifespan have important implications for health, wellbeing and cognition.

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