In this thought-provoking book, professionals in the field of aging
examine the history and concept of the life review. The life
review--a theory about the nature of the life cycle first presented
in 1962--has become a foundation for program development with the
elderly. This unique analysis of the life review goes beyond the
early formulation both in theory and practice. Critics of the life
review suggest ways in which the theory can be modified and
expanded and offer several unique methods of creatively adapting
these criticisms and changes to practical purposes. Proponents of
the life review--while emphasizing that reminiscence is not a
panacea--proclaim its historical, educational, and therapeutic
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