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While it is clear that varying life circumstances, social and biological, influence the psychic choices made, the manner of resolution and the techniques of coping begin to emerge as crucial differentiating factors. It is in this sense that styles of aging are composed of differing patterns of role activity and by differing patterns of relation to self. When Havighurst, Neugarten, and Tobin comment that the individual, regardless of the nature of his social life, 22 PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES does not disengage from self, they have made a most important statement.
Contributions to the Psychobiology of Aging by John E. Anderson Jr. Ph.D., Howard J. Curtis Ph.D., William E. Henry Ph.D., Lissy F. Jarvik Ph.D., M.D., Robert Kastenbaum Ph.D., Walter G. Klopfer Ph.D., George A. Sacher Ph.D., Harry Sobel Ph.D., Roy L. Walford M.D. (auth.), Robert Kastenbaum Ph.D. (eds