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PSYC 339- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)
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Spring 2018

Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 339
Professor
Jodi Bain
Study Guide
Final

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UVic
PSYC 339
Final EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
LECTURE 3 JANUARY 9th, 2018
LEWINSON
Early adult transition
o 17-22 years
o modify relationships with family and friends
Early Adulthood
o 22-49 years
o pursuig aspiratios, fail, seiorit, eerg, otraditio
o seeking to establish family, wanted job security / seniority,
setting / meeting goals with excitement, trying to be stable but
times of contradiction
Middle Adulthood Transition (crisis)
o 40 45 years
o disappointment, reset goals
Middle Adulthood
o 45 - 60 years
o positive impact on family, profession
Late Adulthood Transition (crisis)
o 60 65
o Anxiety over physical decline
Late Adulthood
o 65 onwards
o accept realities
We are liig loger, ad so arriage uios are’t lastig as log.
80% of Canadian adults in some sort of union lowest ever
Divorce rate for first marriages 38%
Divorce rate for second marriages 72%
Third marriages last longest because u die b4 divorce
15-20 years with stability then crisis ~5 years
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HELEN L. BEE
Factors associated with Life Satisfaction among Adults
1. Demographic Factors
o Income / social class: more satisfaction has to do with social
class, do you feel you are in majority/minority / that your rights
are being met
o Education: very weak relationship to satisfaction higher
educated are only slightly more satisfied (satisfaction may come
from what the education affords you, indirect)
o Gender: no difference There may be difference later in life
eause feale idos do ot get rearried do’t at to
take care of anyone else), but males do (often in less than a year
after loss)
o Employment: more satisfaction if employed regardless of salary
o Marital Status: more satisfaction if married (long-term
monogamous union)
2. Personal Factors
o Personality: high in extraversion have more satisfaction / low in
anxiety are more satisfied (however: anxiety can be highly
motivating) (extraversion: get energy from social interactions)
(Currently being questioned no longer in favor)
o Sense of control: more satisfaction (Internal: I am able /
opetet. Eteral: does’t atter hat I do, o’t hae a
influence)
o Social Interaction: more satisfaction (because more people are
going to be interested in you)
o Health: those with better self-perceived health have more
satisfaction especially true in late adulthood (Disease
pathogen, Illness self-perception of health, Sickness health of
a population) (#1 chronic illness is arthritis)
o (organized) Religion ore satisfatio ae it’s part of the
routine, community? Linked to afterlife certainty)
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[PSYC 339] Comprehensive Spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com LECTURE 3 – JANUARY 9 2018, LEWINSON • Early adult transition o 17-22 years o modify relationships with family and friends • Early Adulthood o 22-49 years o pursui▯g aspiratio▯s, fa▯il▯, se▯iorit▯, ▯e▯erg▯▯, ▯▯o▯tradi▯tio▯▯ o seeking to establish family, wanted job security / seniority, setting / meeting goals with excitement, trying to be stable – but times of contradiction • Middle Adulthood Transition (crisis) o 40 – 45 years o disappointment, reset goals • Middle Adulthood o 45 - 60 years o positive impact on family, profession • Late Adulthood Transition (crisis) o 60 – 65 o Anxiety over physical decline • Late Adulthood o 65 onwards o accept realities • We are li▯i▯g lo▯ger, a▯d so ▯arriage ▯u▯io▯s▯ are▯’t lasti▯g as lo▯g. 80% of Canadian adults in some sort of union – lowest ever Divorce rate for first marriages – 38% Divorce rate for second marriages – 72% Third marriages last longest because u die b4 divorce 15-20 years with stability – then crisis ~5 years find more resources at oneclass.com
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