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Study Guide Exam 1

by: Aimee Kalczuk

Study Guide Exam 1 HDF 247

Aimee Kalczuk
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Intro to Gerontology
Ko, Han-Jung

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Intro to Gerontology
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Aimee Kalczuk on Monday October 26, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to HDF 247 at Central Michigan University taught by Ko, Han-Jung in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see Intro to Gerontology in Human Development at Central Michigan University.

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Date Created: 10/26/15
STUDY GUIDE 1 De ne gerontology 2 What are some stereotypes that contribute to ageism 3 List the ways to de ne age 4 What is the difference between life course and lifespan perspective 5 List the ways to do research and the advantages and disadvantages of each 6 What are some normative and nonnormative events in a lifespan 7 What is primary aging Secondary aging 8 Define the population age structure and what contributes to it 9 List the theories of aging and describe them 10 Differentiate between life span and life expectancy 11 What are some results of population aging 12 List the welfare programs in the US State how they are funded and who they support 13 What are the agerelated changes of the cardiovascular system the nervious system the reproductive system and the sensory functions 14 Differentiate between ADLs and lADLs 15 What are common diseases of aging 16 How does aging relate to wisdom 17 What is the difference between uid and crystallized intelligence 18 How does memory change with age 19 What is Erickson s theory 20 De ne the three determinants of personality 21 De ne aging in place 22 List some living arrangements for older adults 23 How can people make assisted living homes and nursing homes feel more like home


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