Final Exam Study Guide
Final Exam Study Guide HDFS 2400 - 020
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HDFS 364 Final Exam Chs 1119 Study Guide Dr Roy Fish Lecturer Wl2012 The nal exam will consist of 80 multiplechoice questions worth 1 point apiece The following guide lists the topics from chapters 1119 that you will encounter on the exam There will be approximately 9 questions per chapter You are encouraged to collaborate on the quotFinal Exam Study Guide QampAquot discussion board to work through the study guide more ef ciently Note If you do decide to use the Final Exam Study Guide QampA board when posting a new post ie when starting a new thread as opposed to when replying to someone else39s post please include the study guide39s CHAPTER NUMBER LETTER and SUBJECT eg quot11c Pubertal Timingquot in your posts Subject lines Here are good examples and bad examples of Subject lines Do 11c Pubertal Timing 11c Pubertal Timing Answer Don39t unless you want to risk having your post deleted PubertalTiming Chapter 11 question Finally when working through the study guide remember to take advantage of the Subject Index in the back of your book to help relocate the study guide topics in the textbook chapters Chapter 11 Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence a 284 Hormonal changes estrogens and testosterone and their effects on males and females going through puberty b 286287 Individual differences in Pubertal Growth c 290291 Pubertal Timing d 2dc96 Gay Lesbian and Bisexual Youths 3 phase comingout process e 304305 Selfconsciousness and selffocusing the imaginary audience and the personal fable f 305 Decision making four components of rational decision making g 306307 School transitions Impact of school transitions and helping adolescents adjust to school transition Chapter 12 Emotional and Social Development in Adolescence 314 Erikson39s psychosocial theory what is the con ict of adolescence 315316 Paths to Identity Development including Table 121 319 Moral reasoning and behavior The Heinz Dilemma 324325 Gender Typing 325326 ParentChild Relationships 326 Siblings 327 Characteristics of Adolescent Friendships 328329 Cliques and Crowds 330331 Depression prevalence symptoms T39D39LQ rhrDQpcer Chapter 13 Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood a 340 Aging at the Level of DNA and Body Cells how arearen39t genetics genes linked to biological longevity b 341342 Aging at the Level of Tissues and Organs what happens what systems are affected and how can this aging be deterred c 342 Motor Performance which skills peak at which periods in early adulthood d 345 Fertility e 346 Obesity Treatment f 350351 sexlife satisfaction g 354 Changes in the Structure of Thought including postformal thought HDFS 364 Final Exam Study Guide p 1 h 354355 Epistemic Cognition dualistic thinking relativistic thinking the importance of peer interaction and re ection 358 College dropping out Chapter 14 Emotional and Social Development in Early Adulthood rhmczpcrm quotITLQ 369 Erikson39s psychosocial con ict of early adulthood 372 The Social clock 372373 Close Relationships Selecting a Mate 374 Inset Childhood Attachment Patterns and Adult Romantic Relationships 375 Friendships 377 Leaving Home Factors that in uence when individuals will leave home ie establish residential independence 381 Transition to Parenthood 385386 Factors Related to Divorce 387388 Gay and Lesbian Parents Chapter 15 Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood a b C d e f g 398 Vision Hearing Presbycusis versus Presbyopia 399 Reproductive System The climacteric What is it what does it entail who experiences it 403405 Illness and Disability including gender differences in vulnerability to diseases listed and explanations for these gender differences 405406 Hostility and Anger 409410 Crystallized intelligence and uid intelligence de nitions How do they change over time 413414 Creativity how does it vary with age 415 Supporting Returning Students characteristics of returning students Chapter 16 Emotional and Social Development in Middle Adulthood a b c d D39LQ 420421 Erikson39s Theory Generativity versus Stagnation What are they How would you know a generative person when you saw them A stagnant person 423424 Possible selves and life regrets 424 SelfAcceptance Autonomy and Environmental Mastery 425 Marital status and mental health During middle adulthood how does marital status being married or not relate to the adult39s mental health ie level of psychological wellbeing 427 Individual Differences in Personality Traits including Table 161 The quotBig Fivequot Personality Traits 429 Changing ParentChild Relationships Adjusting to children leaving home 432 Caring for Again Parents 436437 Gender and Ethnicity The Glass Ceiling Chapter 17 Physical and Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood rhmczpcrm L0 443 Physical Development quotTake a Momentquot 444 Variations in Life Expectancy 452453 Health Fitness and Disability 455 Death rates for cancer and cardiovascular disease 455 primary aging versus secondarying aging 461 Social Issues Inset Interventions for Caregivers of Elders with Dementia Knowledge Coping Strategies Caregiving Skills and Respite 462463 LongTerm Care Types of Long term care and characteristics of persons placed into longterm eg nursing home care 466 Language Processing HDFS 364 Final Exam Study Guide p 2 Chapter 18 Emotional and Social Development in Late Adulthood a 474475 Erikson39s Theory Ego Integrity versus Despair What are they How would you know a person who has achieved Ego Integrity when you saw them A person characterized by Despair 2 questions b 476 Reminiscence types of reminiscence also life review a 479 Contextual In uences on Psychological WellBeing including types of scripts 482484 Social Theories of Aging disengagement theory activity theory continuity theory and socioemotional selectivity theory 484486 types of Living Arrangements 488 Divorce among the elderly 488489 Widowhood adjustment to 492 Elder Maltreatment characteristics demographics Chapter 19 Death Dying and Bereavement Lorhrpqpcrop 504 clinical death 504 De ning De ning Death brain death versus persistent vegetative state 505506 Attitudes Toward Death death anxiety 507 Kubler Ross39 Theory responses to the prospect of death 509 Family Members39 and Health Professionals Behavior 511512 The Hospice Approach 513515 passive euthanasia voluntary active euthanasia and assisted suicide 516 Bereavement Coping with the Death of a Loved One de nitions of bereavement grief and mourning 517519 Personal and Situtional Variations in the grief process HDFS 364 Final Exam Study Guide p 3
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