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How people view aging usually depends upon their particular age. Adolescents often wish they were older, and young adults don't seem to mind turning thirty. But by the time people have reached forty, they have often begun the long search for ways to reverse, slow, or delay the aging process. They earnestly start exercise progShow More


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Aging Gracefully: A Behavior Analytic View by Margaret Vaughan with Ken Stephens
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