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Fischer, R.M. (1992). New Dimensions in Adult Development: Edited by Robert A. Nemiroff, M.D. and Calvin A. Colarusso, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1990. 545 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 61:656-660.

(1992). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 61:656-660

New Dimensions in Adult Development: Edited by Robert A. Nemiroff, M.D. and Calvin A. Colarusso, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1990. 545 pp.

Review by:
Ruth M.S. Fischer

Nemiroff and Colarusso have taken the developmental viewpoint and expanded its purview to include adulthood. In this, their third book on adult development, they continue exploring ideas originally presented in 1981 and elaborated upon in 1985. In doing so, they offer us a theoretical framework in which to grapple with the issues of the aging adult. They expand the concept of development

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1 Colarusso, C. A. & Nemiroff, R. A. (1981): Adult Development: A New Dimension in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice. New York/London: Plenum. Reviewed in this Quarterly, 1982, 51:660-662.

2 Nemiroff, R. A. & Colarusso, C. A. (1985): The Race against Time: Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in the Second Half of Life. New York/London: Plenum. Reviewed in this Quarterly, 1986, 55:519-522.

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