5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- optimal aging
- intra-individual differences
- normal aging or primary aging
- Biopsychosocial perspective
- normative age graded influences
- a development as a interaction of biological, psychosocial and social processes
- b differences within the individual
- c aka successful aging. concept that individuals have avoided changes that would occur with age through prevantative measures
- d certain experiences that culture and history attach to certain ages
- e occurs in all individuals at different rates. universal
5 Multiple choice questions
- self representations in biological, psychological and social domains.
- unpredictable events in life of individual (loss job, lose child)
- not all systems develop at the same rate within the person
- reflect environment or context. indv position within social sturcture.
- quality of functioning of indv. organ system
5 True/False questions
life expectancy → self representations in biological, psychological and social domains.
4 principles of adulthood → continuity
for people to get older they cant die
as people get older they become more different from one another
normal development different from disease
paul bates → psychologist focuses on normative age graded influences, history graded and nonnormative influences.
social aging → age based on occupying certain social roles.
psychological processes → involve cognitive, personality and emotions