Project #37349 - quiz

4 human growth and development quizzes, 20 questions each.


Jim thinks that the five-factor model of psychosocial development provides the best and most accurate description of personality in the adult years. Which one of the following statements is Jim most likely to make about personality change?
A. Personality characteristics remain pretty much the same over most of adult life.
B. Adolescents and young adults experience five crises that produce instability in personality.
C. There are certain normative influences on adaptive mechanisms in mid-life.
D. Personality changes considerably during middle adulthood.
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Professor Sally is a strong advocate of the typological approach to personality study. She is designing a research project and has begun assessing her subjects on a number of factors. Which one of the following measures is Professor Sally least likely to use in her research?
A. Charlie's Conflicted Personality Checklist
B. Edgar's Ego-resiliency Exam
C. Oliver's Overcontrolled Personality Test
D. Unger's Undercontrolled Personality Assessment
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Your co-worker Julian states that he believes that everyone follows the same basic sequence of emotional and social changes. These changes, Julian says, are related to the person's age. Julian subscribes to which kind of personality development model?
A. Timing-of-events
B. Typological
C. Normative-stage
D. Traits
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Kathy passes through adolescence without being able to make deep commitments to others. According to Erikson, the difficulty Kathy will experience during the young adult years is that she will:
A. lack competitiveness.
B. become isolated and self-centered.
C. become sexually promiscuous.
D. fail to develop a dream.
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According to Neugarten and others’ timing-of-events model, adult personality development depends on:
A. the age of the person.
B. the openness to experience of the person.
C. whether or not the person is conscientious.
D. benchmarks in the person’s life.
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Which one of the following is not one of the elements in Sternberg's triangular theory of love?
A. Intelligence
B. Intimacy
C. Passion
D. Commitment
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Romantic love is more commonly accepted in:
A. theocratic societies.
B. collectivist societies.
C. individualistic societies.
D. primitive societies.
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According to research, which one of the following statements about love relationships in our society is most accurate?
A. Opposites attract and remain together longer.
B. Married couples have similar intellectual functioning.
C. Partners in a love relationship should be more different than alike.
D. Women want attractive young men, while men prefer attractive older women.
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Before reaching the age of 65, __________ percent of men and women in the U.S. have been married at least once.
A. 75
B. 80
C. 95
D. 99
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Which one of the following is not a current issue regarding unmarried domestic partners, either homosexual or heterosexual?
A. Should one partner be entitled to coverage under the other's health insurance?
B. Should domestic partners be able to file a joint tax return?
C. Should one partner have access to the other's pension plan?
D. Should domestic partners be allowed to enter into a prenuptial agreement?
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Couples who cohabit before marriage are least likely to:
A. have an unhappy marriage.
B. get divorced.
C. be victims of domestic violence.
D. have a better marriage because they cohabited first.
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Historically and across cultures, most married couples:
A. had relatively brief courtships and engagements.
B. were introduced by friends.
C. had their marriages arranged by parents or a matchmaker.
D. chose their mates based on love.
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Which one of the following married couples has the best chance for marital success? married never in front of the kids months
A. Alice and Alvin, who had a child together before getting
B. Ben and Bernice, who say they "argue constructively" but
C. Conrad and Corrine, who married after living together for 6
D. Dante and Daphne, who married at 19
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A woman you just met has told you that her husband beats her. Which one of the following statements is least likely to describe her husband?
A. He feels intense shame and self-blame.
B. He has alcohol or drug problems.
C. He has a low income.
D. His father beat his mother.
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Marital satisfaction typically declines:
A. after the first year.
B. during the childraising years.
C. after seven years.
D. before 20 years.
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Combining work and family roles:
A. is beneficial to both men and women.
B. is less beneficial to men than to women.
C. is less beneficial to women than to men.
D. is more stressful to both men and women.
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In most dual-earner families:
A. men are “scaling back” to increase family ties and reduce stress.
B. neither earners have “high-powered” careers.
C. the man is the main provider and the woman is the secondary provider.
D. both earners are about equal in terms of income.
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Mork (husband) and Mindy (wife) are a dual-income family with children. Which one of the following statements is most likely to be true?
A. Mork will bear more of the burden of childcare and housework.
B. Mork and Mindy will share equally in childcare and housework.
C. Mork will do most of the housework, and Mindy will do most of the childcare.
D. Mindy will bear more of the burden of childcare and housework.
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Esmeralda and Quasimodo have recently divorced. Which one of the following pieces of advice is most likely to help them in adjusting emotionally to the divorce?
A. Avoid friends who will want to talk about the divorce.
B. Break your emotional attachments to each other.
C. Refrain from dating for several years.
D. Share custody of the children.
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Stepparenting seems to be the most difficult when:



A. the previous marriage(s) are in the distant past.
B. the stepchildren are younger.
C. the children are biologically the man’s and not the woman’s.

D. the divorce of the actual parents was recent



Until recently, middle age has been the least studied part of the human life-span. The most likely explanation for this is that: uninteresting time of life, so not many people wanted to study it. energy and time to studying how to keep people young. adult life until fairly recently. separating the two life stages for separate study.
A. middle age has always been the most sedentary and
B. our obsession with youth has led researchers to devote more
C. people did not think of middle age as a distinct stage of
D. middle age is so much like old age that there is little point in
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Larry is typical of most middle-aged adults in the United States. Larry, therefore, probably is: good about his life. good about the quality of his life because he expected these declines. unhappy with the quality of his life. raising children, and caring for aging parents.
A. in good physical, mental, and emotional shape, and feels
B. in rapid physical, mental, and emotional decline, but feels
C. in a very busy and stressful time of life and generally is
D. often overwhelmed by the stresses of balancing work,
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Collis has just had his 40th birthday. Compared to women in the same age group, over the next 25 years, Collis is least likely to experience which one of the following problems?
A. Presbyopia
B. Osteoporosis
C. Slowing of reaction time
D. High-frequency hearing loss
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On her annual visit to the gynecologist, Denise is told that she is perimenopausal. Most likely, the doctor means that Denise: severe symptoms. which will probably result in infertility. in menopause.
A. is about to get her period.
B. feels negatively about menopause so is likely to have more
C. has the most common disease associated with menstruation,
D. is undergoing hormonal changes that will eventually result
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Women's "menopausal syndrome" and men's symptoms of climacteric are:
A. universal across cultures and are caused by hormonal changes associated with aging.
B. purely psychologically induced as a result of the cultural expectation that any change will be painful.
C. not necessarily caused by hormonal changes but may be related more to personal characteristics or past experiences.
D. virtually nonexistent in industrialized societies.
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According to research on the process of menopause in Japanese and American women, which one of the following dietary changes is most likely to help American women to reduce the severity of menopausal symptoms?
A. Increase tea consumption since it contains tannic acid.
B. Increase alcohol consumption slightly because it helps reduce stress.
C. Increase rice consumption because rice contains carbohydrates.
D. Increase consumption of tofu because soybeans contain phytoestrogens.
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The most severe form of sexual dysfunction in men is:
A. erectile dysfunction.
B. lack of interest.
C. painful intercourse.
D. performance anxiety.
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Marcellus is 48 and suffers from hypertension. What other health problem is Marcellus at risk for as a consequence of his hypertension?
A. Asthma
B. Stroke
C. Diabetes
D. Rheumatism
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As she ages, Nora is becoming stooped. She has had several broken bones. Nora probably suffers from:
A. presbycusis.
B. presbyopia.
C. osteoarthritis.
D. osteoporosis.
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Phillip is experiencing considerable stress while at work. What advice is most likely to be helpful in reducing the negative effects of stress on Phillip's health?
A. Eat more.
B. Relinquish control over everyday life activities to another person.
C. Socialize with friends and relatives on a regular basis.
D. Reduce exercise levels to avoid fatigue.
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Marsha, a nurse, is feeling emotionally exhausted by her work. She feels like she is accomplishing nothing on the job. Marsha often feels a sense of helplessness and a loss of control in her work. Most likely, Marsha is suffering from:
A. burnout.
B. psychological exhaustion.
C. learned helplessness.
D. manic-depression.
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If 59-year-old Terrell is typical of most participants in Schaie's Seattle Longitudinal Study of Adult Intelligence, Terrell probably shows:
A. significant reduction in mental ability.
B. reduction in mental ability in most, but not all, areas of intelligence.
C. significant reduction in crystallized intelligence, but no reduction in fluid intelligence.
D. no significant reduction in mental ability.
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Princeton mathematician Dr. John Nash is able to look at numbers and identify mathematical patterns that most of us would not see. According to Cattell and Horn, Dr. Nash is probably above average in which type of intelligence?
A. Crystallized
B. Fluid
C. Acquisitive
D. Practical
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Benny is an expert airplane pilot. When asked to explain how he figured out a way to safely land his burning plane in a storm near a busy interstate highway, Benny's most likely response was:
A. I carefully thought through the alternatives, called the tower for advice, and got lucky.
B. I can't really explain it. I just did what I knew was right.
C. I pulled out the manual, looked up emergency landings, and went by the book.
D. I have a much higher than average IQ and can think my way out of most problems.
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Research on adult cognition suggests that middle-aged people would do best at which one of the following types of tasks?
A. Solving abstract conceptual problems
B. Solving problems in symbolic logic
C. Learning how to use computers
D. Dealing with a power failure
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Donna is highly creative. She probably:
A. is not discouraged by rejection of her ideas.
B. is highly motivated by fame and money.
C. focuses intently on one problem at a time.
D. is a convergent thinker.
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According to creativity research, if Mozart, who died at age 35, had lived into old age, he would probably have produced: have been as high as it was in young adulthood. "swan songs." been even better than it was in young adulthood. musical works he produced in young adulthood.
A. fewer musical works, and the quality of his work would not
B. increasingly complex musical compositions and a number of
C. fewer musical works, but the quality of his work would have
D. almost nothing that matched the quality or quantity of
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If Mr. Weinstein earns his law degree at age 64, he is most likely to be hired by a law firm if he lives in an __________ society.
A. age-integrated
B. open-ended
C. age-differentiated
D. ecologically-valid
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Fifty-two-year-old Bea has signed up for a class at her local community college. If she is like most mature learners, Bea is taking the class for job-related reasons. In comparison with her younger classmates, Bea is most likely to:
A. focus more on classroom learning.
B. have sharper academic skills.
C. be more highly motivated.
D. get lower grades.
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Educational institutions are often built around the way that young people learn, yet shifting job markets and technological advances have made it necessary for increasing numbers of middle-aged workers to return to the classroom. Therefore, mature learners might benefit most from which one of the following changes?
A. More competitive grading systems
B. More emphasis on cooperative study built around self-generated problems and projects
C. Increased emphasis on memorization
D. More factual information presented in classroom lectures
Forty-five-year-old Guy is in his midlife transition. According to Carl Jung, Guy should be in the process of accomplishing which two difficult tasks? eventual death his family assertively
A. Giving up his image of youth and acknowledging his
B. Becoming more extroverted and getting more involved with
C. Decreasing in generativity and decreasing in stagnation
D. Becoming more achievement-oriented and behaving more
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Forty-four-year-old Aileen owns a successful business. Recently, Aileen has taken on a high school student as an intern in order to "show her the ropes" of running a business. According to Erik Erikson, Aileen is demonstrating:
A. intimacy.
B. industry.
C. altruism.
D. generativity.
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The point of your textbook authors' discussion of the Gusii people of Kenya is to demonstrate which one of the following principles?
A. There are no expectations about stages of life.
B. Expectations about what is "normal" in various stages of life are very similar in most cultures.
C. Expectations about what is "normal" in various stages of life are not the same in all cultures.
D. Women wield great economic and social power in many cultures.
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Based on your textbook’s analysis of middle age and Neugarten’s social clock, which of the following statements is true?
A. Occupational patterns stabilize during middle age.
B. A “fluid life cycle” has emerged.
C. Women’s lives are less busy at the end of the reproductive years.
D. Middle-aged adults are less able to handle multiple challenges and variable events.
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Which one of the following people is most likely to survive the midlife transition without having a "midlife crisis?"
A. Patrice, who is ego-resilient
B. Raymond, who is ego-defensive
C. Nancy, who is emotionally bland
D. Rolando, who is assimilative
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According to Whitbourne, people who have the healthiest sense of identity are those who exhibit a/an __________ identity style.
A. accommodative
B. assimilative
C. balanced
D. comprehensive
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Caroline is very interested in narrative psychology. Her middle-aged friend Peter asks Caroline what he should be doing in midlife. Caroline is most likely to say that Peter should be:
A. discarding his internalized script.
B. accommodating his identity to fit with his generativity.
C. having a good old-fashioned midlife crisis.
D. revising the life story that he has been writing.
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According to Vaillant's research, which one of the following middle-aged men is most likely to enjoy successful psychosocial adjustment?
A. Adolf, who is busiest in developing his career
B. Bernie, who is highest in generativity
C. Carlo, who is the most achievement-oriented
D. Dorian, who is making significant changes in his life structure
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The Ryff Well-Being Inventory has been used to indicate that middle-aged people are more __________ than older and younger adults.
A. purposeful
B. focused
C. future-oriented
D. autonomous
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Barbara and Bud are a middle-aged couple. According to recent gender identity research, the scenario most likely to occur is that:
A. Barbara will become more "masculine," and Bud will become more "feminine." A "gender crossover" will occur.
B. Barbara will become more "feminine," and Bud will become more "masculine." A "gender polarization" will occur.
C. Bud will probably remain more "masculine" than Barbara. "Gender crossover" does not exist according to recent research.
D. Both Bud and Barbara will become increasingly "feminine."
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According to "social convoy" theory, which one of the following statements is most accurate?
A. Middle-aged people have the smallest convoys. Convoys are stable but grow larger in old age.
B. Middle-aged people have the largest convoys. Convoys are generally stable but can change over time.
C. Middle-aged women have smaller convoys than men, but their convoys remain the same throughout adult life.
D. Middle-aged men have the largest convoys, and they are based mainly upon business contacts.
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Which one of the following 40-year-olds is most likely to experience “vicarious stress” during middle age?
A. Susan, a married woman
B. William, a single male
C. Mary, a single female
D. Joseph, a married man
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Katie and Josh claim that their marriage is suffering from "U-Shaped Curve Syndrome." As a student of developmental psychology, you know that Katie and Josh are making an attempt at humor but are probably experiencing:
A. an unhappy marriage. Their marriage was much less happy in their younger years together, but they know that it's probably all downhill from here.
B. marital dissatisfaction in their early married life. They probably realize that things will get better in middle age, then decline again in old age.
C. marital dissatisfaction. They've been married a long time, were happy early in their married life, and realize that they will be happy again in the future.
D. a temporary period when one of them is happy and the other is not. They are dealing with the situation with humor, so they will probably get back in sync eventually.
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Chloris and Lars have been married for 25 years. They have built up their financial resources, and their emotional bond has grown over the years. Research suggests that Chloris and Lars have considerable: to break up. couples married fewer years. because of the mutual support. because they probably have enough money for both to live independently.
A. marital mutuality, but they are as likely as any other couple
B. marital capital, so they are less likely to break up than are
C. marital scaffolding, so they are less likely to break up
D. marital harmony, but they are more likely to break up
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Generally, gay relationships are stronger if:
A. the relationship is kept hidden from family members.
B. the relationship is known to family and friends.
C. both partners are career-oriented.
D. one partner is career-oriented and the other is relationship-oriented.
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Generalizing from the research, which one of the following young adults would probably be most readily accepted back into the "nest?"
A. Bridget, who is 21 and is job hunting after her college graduation
B. Artie, who is in his thirties and chronically unemployed
C. Cary, who is 28 and divorced
D. Delia, 32, who is twice-divorced and has two children
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Which one of her children would be most likely to care for Bulah, an elderly woman who is ill?
A. Althea, Bulah's 48-year-old daughter
B. Petra, Bulah's 32-year-old daughter
C. Bert, Bulah's 50-year-old son
D. Abe, Bulah's 34-year-old son
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Cybil claims that she is a member of the "sandwich generation." As a person who studies human development, you know that Cybil is referring to her status as:
A. a grown daughter caught in the middle of her divorcing parents' conflict.
B. an elderly adult who cannot afford a wide variety of foods.
C. an adult who is caring for her children and elderly parents at the same time.
D. a middle-aged woman who wants to appear young but is beginning to feel old.
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For both brothers and sisters, negative aspects of their sibling relationships generally:
A. increase slightly from adolescence onward.
B. increase slightly in adolescence, decrease in middle age, and increase slightly again in old age.
C. decline in adolescence, increase in middle age, then decline.
D. decline continuously from adolescence to old age.
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Dick and Jane recently divorced. The children live with Jane. The children are most likely to have the closest grandparent-grandchild relationship with which grandparent?
A. Jane's father
B. Jane's mother
C. Dick's father
D. Dick's mother
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Referring to elderly people as "old bats," "old grouches," or "geezers" are examples of all of the following except:
A. agesism.
B. prejudice.
C. gross negligence.
D. discrimination.
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Martha, who is on several different medications for various chronic ailments, seems much older than her 73 years. She has been overweight all her life and has been a smoker since age 17. Before retiring at age 63, Martha worked a desk job for 40 years. Since she hates exercise regimens, Martha has never gotten enough exercise. Martha's current physical condition is due to:
A. senescence.
B. primary aging.
C. functional aging.
D. secondary aging.
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The TV newscaster states that women born today in Nepal will usually live to be only about 53 years old. The newscaster is describing the __________ of Nepalese women.
A. functional age
B. life expectancy
C. longevity
D. gerontology
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You are taking a course in demographics and have been asked to look at a large number of case histories of people who have died in the past 20 years. All of your case histories involve men and women who lived into older adulthood. After reading about older adults, you already know that you can expect to find out that, in the later years of their lives, the men are more likely than the women to have:
A. been poor.
B. lived in a nursing home.
C. greater biological vulnerability.
D. needed help in dressing or bathing.
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A coworker, Imelda, says that she takes care of her body and can extend her life by eating lots of vegetables that are high in beta-carotene. Apparently, Imelda would agree with the theory that biological aging is caused by:
A. wear-and-tear.
B. autoimmune confusion.
C. genetic-programming.
D. free radicals.
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If scientists can extend the life of a worm through genetic mutation, why can't people just take a pill or get a shot to alter a gene that will make them live longer?
A. Only caloric restriction will effectively stop senescence.
B. No single gene or process is responsible for senescence.
C. Free radicals will override mutated genes.
D. We can already lengthen human life by altering the 21st chromosome.
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By age 90, the human brain may lose up to __________ percent of its weight.
A. 10
B. 20
C. 30
D. 40
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Perry, age 80, tends to put a lot of salt on his food even when the food has already been salted during cooking. What is the most likely reason for Perry's increased desire for salt?
A. Older adults require more sodium, which makes him crave salt.
B. Perry has become forgetful and doesn't remember that he's already salted his food.
C. Perry has fewer taste buds than he did when he was younger.
D. Perry knows that salt lowers a person's blood pressure.
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Egbert, a healthy 83-year-old man, has noticed that he can no longer lift heavy things like suitcases as easily as he once did. Egbert and his wife, Ruby, have finally saved up enough money to fulfill their life's dream, a world tour. Since he's lost some strength in his arms, however, Egbert knows there will be times when moving their luggage around will be a problem for him. Ruby suffers from tennis elbow, so she cannot lift heavy objects. Egbert decides that he'll "train" for their long-awaited trip by lifting weights for six months prior to departure. Will his weight-training help?
A. No. In old age, loss of muscle mass is not reversible.
B. His weight training will help if he also takes hormone replacement therapy.
C. Probably not. He is too old to overcome atrophy.
D. Probably. Loss in muscle strength may be reversible.
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Dorothea, age 72, has a hard time getting out of her favorite recliner. When she first gets out of her seat, she appears to be in a bit of pain until she walks around for a couple of minutes. Dorothea may be suffering from: older adults. old age. among older adults. receptor cells in the brain.
A. arthritis, the most common chronic health problem among
B. shrinkage of the spinal column due to loss of bone mass in
C. chondroitin sulfate deficiency, a common chronic problem
D. a balance problem, which indicates reduced sensitivity of
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Ninety-year-old Mort just scored an A+ on his latest physical exam. He wants to join a "seniors' gym," so he asks his doctor if that would be acceptable. What is Mort's doctor most likely to reply?
A. "At 90, you'd be wise to avoid exercise for the most part. It would be too easy for you to fall and break a hip."
B. "Exercise is good, but it won't help you as much as it would have when you were younger."
C. "Exercise will have no effect whatsoever at your age, but if it feels good, go for it."
D. "If it feels good, do it because exercise can keep your body and mind in good shape."
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Edna, age 70, repeatedly asks her husband where her pocketbook is, even though it has always been kept on the hall table. Yesterday, she put her wedding rings in the cat litter and was very upset when she couldn't find them. A couple of months ago, she went to the corner to mail a letter and got lost returning home. A neighbor found her wandering in the next block. The most likely explanation for Edna's behavior is that she has:
A. Parkinson's disease.
B. Alzheimer's disease.
C. normal age-associated memory impairment.
D. reversible multi-infarct dementia.
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You have just started a new job as a pharmacist's assistant. You are trying to learn something about the various drugs and the conditions for which they are prescribed. Mr. Holtz has just handed you his new prescription for sertraline. You know Mr. Holtz from the neighborhood. He recently lost his wife of 50 years. You also know that sertraline is an SRRI, a drug that restores balance in brain chemicals. Although you can't know for sure, you have enough information to deduce that Mr. Holtz is taking this drug for:
A. alcoholism.
B. Alzheimer's disease.
C. depression.
D. migraines.
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Eighty-five-year-old Vera is recovering very well from a broken hip. She is able to walk with the aid of a cane and live independently. Vera's son is visiting her and has just watched his mother provide him with a good example of "selective optimization with compensation." What did Vera do?
A. Vera whacked the dog with her cane because he ate her favorite plant.
B. Vera just completed the entire New York Times crossword puzzle herself with the aid of her crossword dictionary.
C. Rather than climbing on her stepstool, Vera used her cane to reach a pillow on the closet shelf and pull it down.
D. Because her son loves chocolate chip cookies, Vera gave him the box of cookies that her neighbor baked for her.
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You have just read in the newspaper about a research study that looked at the fate of intelligence over the life span. The newspaper article did not give many details, but it did say that the researchers concluded that there is a huge decline in intelligence over the life span, especially in old age. This is distressing news, but you're not worried because based upon what you have learned in this course, you strongly suspect that the study was
A. cross-sectional.
B. longitudinal.
C. obviously flawed.
D. not done in the United States.
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John is 92 years old. He reads the newspaper cover-to-cover every day and can analyze and discuss what he reads every bit as well as his 35-year-old grandson. He grocery shops with his wife, and by the time they reach the check-out, John already knows how much the bill will be before tax is added. John keeps a mental running tab as his wife adds items to the cart. John's behavior lends support to the:
A. classic aging pattern.
B. engagement hypothesis.
C. dual-process model.
D. retention phenomenon.
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You are asked to name the 16th President of the United States. Assume that you know the correct answer. Which type of memory did you use to find your answer? Will you still know the answer when you're 80?
A. Episodic; definitely
B. Implicit; highly unlikely
C. Procedural; probably not
D. Semantic; probably
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Gladys, age 74, is asked for the name of her dentist but cannot seem to remember it. Later, when looking through the phonebook, she sees her dentist's name and knows that this is the name she was trying to remember earlier. This indicates that Jody's __________ ability is more effective than her __________ ability.
A. sensory memory; short-term memory
B. recognition; recall
C. recall; recognition
D. procedural memory; episodic memory
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Eugene says, "I have a little trouble with remembering now, so I learn people's names by making up funny rhymes about them in my head. I remember phone numbers that I look up by reciting them over and over until I dial the phone." Eugene's statements reflect his knowledge of:
A. semantics memory.
B. procedural memory.
C. metamemory.
D. implicit memory.
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Siobhan is going to teach her students to build a widget. Her students will be members of a senior citizens group. Which one of the following formats would probably be best for Siobhan's elderly students?
A. Teach the students using a user-friendly video demonstration.
B. Use a fast-paced lecture to hold their attention.
C. Give the students a manual and tell them to read it on their own.
D. To avoid ageism, put the seniors in with the younger students and teach both groups the same way.
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