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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. optimal aging
  2. intra-individual differences
  3. normal aging or primary aging
  4. Biopsychosocial perspective
  5. normative age graded influences
  1. a development as a interaction of biological, psychosocial and social processes
  2. b differences within the individual
  3. c aka successful aging. concept that individuals have avoided changes that would occur with age through prevantative measures
  4. d certain experiences that culture and history attach to certain ages
  5. e occurs in all individuals at different rates. universal

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. self representations in biological, psychological and social domains.
  2. unpredictable events in life of individual (loss job, lose child)
  3. not all systems develop at the same rate within the person
  4. reflect environment or context. indv position within social sturcture.
  5. quality of functioning of indv. organ system

5 True/False questions

  1. life expectancyself representations in biological, psychological and social domains.


  2. 4 principles of adulthoodcontinuity
    for people to get older they cant die
    as people get older they become more different from one another
    normal development different from disease


  3. paul batespsychologist focuses on normative age graded influences, history graded and nonnormative influences.


  4. social agingage based on occupying certain social roles.


  5. psychological processesinvolve cognitive, personality and emotions


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