Week 13 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development
Week 13 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development PSYC 201
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Date Created: 01/06/16
Chapter 15 Climacteric term used to describe the adult period during which reproductive capacity decline or is lost Selective optimization with compensation process of balancing the gains and losses associated with aging Episodic memories recollections of personal events; easier to forget Semantic memories general knowledge Menopause cessation of monthly menstrual cycles in middleaged women Premenopausal phase during which estrogen levels fall somewhat, menstrual periods are less regular, and ovulatory cycles begin to occur Perimenopausal phase during which estrogen and progesterone levels are erratic, menstrual cycles may be very irregular, and women begin to experience symptoms like hot flashes Postmenopausal phase the last stage of menopause beginning when a woman has had no periods for a year or more Osteoporosis loss of bone mass with age, resulting in more brittle and porous bones Cardiovascular disease set of disease processes in the heart and circulatory system; leading cause for death Risk factors for heart disease and cancer smoking, blood pressure, weight, cholesterol, inactivity, diet, alcohol, and hereditary Role of exercise those who are psychically active have lower mortality rates over the next 2030 years than those who are less active Use it or Lose it adults who engage in intellectually challenging activities show fewer losses in cognitive skills than those who do not
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