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Social gerontology is a multi-disciplinary sub-field that specializes in studying or working with older adults. Giftedness: Correlations among above-average ability, creativity, and task commitment in 12- and 13-yr-old males and females: Dissertation Abstracts International. I still teach that class and still have a great interest in child welfare. The doctoral program in marketing at The University of Arizona offers: Full-time program (normally 4-5 years) Fields of study include consumer culture, consumer psychology, marketing, modeling, and marketing strategy* Encompasses theories and methodologies from anthropology, communications, economics, management, psychology, sociology, and marketing Only a small number of Ph.

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