ISBN: 978-1-405-13944-1 June 2005 Wiley-Blackwell 208 Pages
A Terror Management Perspective on Ageism.
Attitudes Toward Younger and Older Adults: An Updated Meta-Analytic Review.
This Old Stereotype: The Pervasiveness and Persistence of the Elderly Stereotype.
Ageism and Ageist Language Across the Life Span: Intimate Relationships and Non-intimate Interactions.
Re-Vision of Older Television Characters: A Stereotype-Awareness Intervention.
Perceiving Age Discrimination in Response to Intergenerational Inequity.
The Social Separation of Old and Young: A Root of Ageism.
Ageism and Age Categorization.
Models of the Aging Self.
Ageism Across the Lifespan: Towards a Self-Categorization Model of Ageing.
Erratum: "Mothers and Fathers in the Workplace: How Gender and Parental Status Influence Judgments of Job-Related Competence"