A ten-year study of forty adult males reveals a definite developmental pattern of specific, age-linked phases subsequently shown to affect the lives of all men, shaping behavior, governing emotional states and attitudes, and underlying personal crises
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The first full report from the team that discovered the patterns of adult development, this breakthrough study ranks in significance with the original works of Kinsey and Erikson, exploring and explaining the specific periods of personal development through which all human begins must pass--and which together form a common pattern underlying all human lives.
"A pioneering and radical theory of adult development."
Daniel J. Levinson, a psychologist, was one of the founders of the field of positive adult development. Levinson's two most prominent publications were his series of books entitled, The Seasons of a Man's Life and The Seasons of a Woman's Life. Although controversy surrounds his publications, both books remain promising and highly influential within the field of psychology. Levinson died in 1994 shortly after finishing The Seasons of a Woman's Life which was then published in 1996.
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Book Description Ballantine Books, 1981. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M034529727X