Ursula M. Staudinger is a lifespan psychologist and an internationally acknowledged aging researcher. Her research focus is on the opportunities and challenges of a society of longer lives. She investigates the potentials of aging and studies the plasticity of the aging process. Her findings provide helpful advice for living, work and education in times of demographic change.
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