Because we spend so many years in adulthood (more than any other stage), cognitive changes are numerous during this period. In fact, research suggests that adult cognitive development is a complex, ever-changing process that may be even more active than cognitive development in infancy and early childhood (Fischer, Yan, & Stewart, 2003).
Adult Cognitive Development from a Lifespan Developmental Perspective1 K. Warner Schaie Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington Abstract: A fairly concise lifespan perspective is presented on what some would call normal cognitive aging.
begin to capture the richness and complexity of adult cognitive development and to offer a new story about what, how, and why adult cognitive development takes place over time. Ladders and Webs: Meta-Metaphors of Adult Cognitive Development The history of science shows that different meta-metaphors functioning as central mental.