Week 11 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development
Week 11 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development PSYC 201
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Chapter 13 Primary aging agerelated physical changes that have a biological basis and are universally shared and inevitable Secondary aging agerelated changes that are due to environmental influences, poor health habits, or disease Immune system gets worse as people age. Sense of control “locus of control”; set of beliefs about causes of events Bacterial STDs caused by microorganisms that can be eradicated through the use of antibiotic solutions; chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis Viral STDs cannot be treated with antibiotics; herpes, HPV, HIV/Aids Partner abuse physical acts or other behavior intended to intimidate or harm an intimate partner; alcohol, jealousy, poverty, and being a high school dropouts may be factors Date rape involves the use of alcohol or drugs to loosen the inhibition of the victim; most of the time the victim knows the culprit Anxiety and mood disorders depression, OCD, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, bipolar disorder Personality disorders inflexible pattern of behavior that leads to difficulty in social, educational, and occupational functioning; antisocial, paranoid, histrionic, narcissistic, and borderline personality disorders Schizophrenia serious mental disorder characterized by disturbance of thought such as delusions and hallucinations Substance abuse pattern of behavior in which a person continues to use a substance even though it interferes with psychological, occupational, educational, and social functioning Kohlberg’s postformal thought types of thinking that are associated with hypothesized th 5 stage of cognitive development Relativism the idea that some propositions cannot be adequately described as either true or false Dialectic thought form of thought involving recognition and acceptance of paradox and uncertainty Reflective judgement the ability to identify the underlying assumptions of differing perspectives on controversial issues Crystallized intelligence knowledge and judgment acquired through education and experience Fluid intelligence the aspect of intelligence that reflects fundamental biological processes and does not depend on specific experiences Gender and college more females go to college than males; more females graduate college and study more than males
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