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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Pragmatism, Complex Differential Form

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9 Jan 2011
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 a couple"s joint responsibilities as parents can affect their own relationship.  marital satisfaction follows a u-shaped curve: early high point, de
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UTMPSY313H5Lee Ann FujiiWinter

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Cittern, Quiet, Kidney Disease

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21 May 2014
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Chronological age: number of years since birth, legal (retirement/pension, genetic clocks. Generational cohort: experiences (world events, peer compari
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UTMPSY313H5Kathy Pichora- FullerWinter

Ch. 2 study guide

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30 Jan 2011
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Characteristics of the adult population in the united states. The number and percentage of middle-aged and older adults in the united states is growing
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UTMPSY313H5Kathy Pichora- FullerWinter

Ch. 1 Study Guide

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30 Jan 2011
38
Why study adult development and aging: academic, personal: thinking about their own development and aging. One can control or optimize to some extent h
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Prospective Memory, Metamemory

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9 Jan 2011
37
With the baby boom generation, a change is occuring in how adults think and deal with their own development. People are becoming more interested in adu
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Insomnia, Nocturnal Enuresis, Scavenger

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9 Jan 2011
26
500-1100- death was accepted as a part of the human existence. Death was considered as being natural and divine. The teachings of the church provided g
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

mental health- summary

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9 Jan 2011
26
Factors that combine to produce a mental illness: biological factors: genetic defects, brain damage, psychosocial factors: are also important in produc
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Creativity and widsom

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9 Jan 2011
25
Creativity and wisdom have been topics that have been neglected in the past- but now they are seen as important concepts. Examining the nature of creat
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Intelligence and aging

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9 Jan 2011
24
Most debated and researched area because of the different methods through which research can be conducted and data is collected. When testing the valid
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

MEMORY in adulthood

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9 Jan 2011
20
Memory is studied using cross-sectional studies- they compare 20 year olds, with age 65 and age 85, all at one time. Some areas of memory decline, othe
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

adult development and aging- summary

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9 Jan 2011
42
In the past, it was believed that development that occurs in young people has positive gains while adults only age which is characterized by losses (th
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Methods in Adult aging - in depth summary of concepts

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9 Jan 2011
20
Metatheories= beyond many individual theories are joined together to make up a set of interconnected statements. I t is an insight into a broad area, a
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