adulthood. In: Craik FIM, Trehub S (eds.) Aging and Cogniti ä eProcesses . Plenum, New York, pp. 237-78 Hultsch DF, MacDonald SWS, Hunter MA, Levy-Bencheton J, Strauss E2000 Intraindividual variability in cognitive performance in older adults: Comparison of adults with mild dementia, adults ...
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4 Chapter 1 Introduction to Criminological Theory Terms Causality. A concept more applicable to the hard sciences. Does the appearance of X cause effect Y?