At more than two thousand, this comprehensive two-volume set, dedicated to Paul Baltes, is edited by Richard Lerner, another pillar of the field. Covers every topic of interest to life-span scholars via articles authored by almost a hundred leading researchers. Quality and coherence varies: some reviews are accessible to novices and others are aimed at advanced researchers. Several insightful articles are cited in later sections of this bibliography. The specifics of memory and learning are recognized as crucial in both handbooks, with thirteen chapters in Lerner and six in Fingerman, et al. 2011 .
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