Magnetism: Molecules to Materials I: Models and Experiments

Magnetism: Molecules to Materials I: Models and Experiments

Editor(s): Joel S. Miller, Marc Drillon

Published Online: 30 JAN 2003

Print ISBN: 9783527297726

Online ISBN: 9783527600847

DOI: 10.1002/3527600841

About this Book

This book provides insight into the primary issues faced by older adults; the services and benefits available to them; and the knowledge base, techniques, and skills necessary to work effectively in a therapeutic relationship. Dr. Kampfe offers empirically and anecdotally based strategies and interventions for dealing with clients' personal concerns and describes ways counselors can advocate for older people on a systemic level. Individual and group exercises are incorporated throughout the book to enhance its practicality.

Topics covered include an overview of population demographics and characteristics; counseling considerations and empowering older clients; successful aging; mental health and wellness; common medical conditions; multiple losses and transitions; financial concerns; elder abuse; veterans' issues; sensory loss; changing family dynamics; managing Social Security and Medicare; working after retirement age; retirement transitions, losses, and gains; residential options; and death and dying.

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Table of contents

    1. You have free access to this content
    2. Chapter 1

      One-Dimensional Magnetism: An Overview of the Models (pages 1–47)

      Roland Georges, Juan J. Borrás-Almenar, Eugenio Coronado, Jacques Curély and Marc Drillon

    3. Chapter 2

      Haldane Quantum Spin Chains (pages 49–93)

      Jean-Pierre Renard, Louis-Pierre Regnault and Michel Verdaguer

    4. Chapter 5

      Magnetic Properties of Mixed-Valence Clusters: Theoretical Approaches and Applications (pages 155–210)

      Juan J. Borrás-Almenar, Juan M. Clemente-Juan, Eugenio Coronado, Andrew Palii and Boris S. Tsukerblat