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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Moral Economy, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Baby Boom

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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Population Ageing, United States House Committee On Oversight And Government Reform, Baby Talk

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10 Jun 2016
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An older population puts new demands on canada"s social structures. Prejudice: being biased against someone or something; a negative judgment formed be
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 2G03Mat SavelliSummer

HLTHAGE 2G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-11: Mental Disorder, Minority Stress, Binge Drinking

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2 Aug 2016
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Mental illness, mass shootings, and the politics of american firearms. 4 misconceptions: mental illness causes gun violence, psychiatric diagnosis can
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Jessica GishFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Ageism, Feel Young, Baby Talk

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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Population Ageing, Social Change, Old Age Security

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10 Jun 2016
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Number of older people in a population. Proportion of older people in a population. Aging society = society with large proportion of aging people. Thes
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Visible Minority, Aboriginal Peoples In Canada, Gentrification

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10 Jun 2016
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Ethnicity: a country of birth, birthplaces of ancestors, cultural heritage, or self- identification with an ethno-cultural group. Seniors immigrated fr
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Social Death, Disengagement Theory, Cardiovascular Disease

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10 Jun 2016
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Different people have different views of the dying person (healthcare professionals, family, etc. ) The concept of dying is ambiguous and depends on on
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Supportive Housing, Assisted Living, Main Source

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10 Jun 2016
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The entry to a house can create the largest barrier to an older person with a handicap. Ecological model: model of interaction between the individual a
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1CC3Mat SavelliFall

HLTHAGE 1CC3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pharmacology, Mania, Walt Disney World

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10 Jan 2017
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Mellow most of is life until his 30s when depression really set in. Tells story of disneyworld, didn"t want to ruin family"s fun. After staring meds- h
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Eastern Canada, Lifelong Learning, Road Scholar

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10 Jun 2016
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gerontology, Social Constructionism, Symbolic Interactionism

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10 Jun 2016
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Biomedicine: changes in physiology and health that come with age. Psychosocial studies: changes that take place within the individuals and between indi
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MCMASTERHLTHAGE 1BB3Yvonne LeblancFall

HLTHAGE 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Married People, Holding Hands, Monogamy

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10 Jun 2016
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Research shows that older people keep in contact with their families, they turn to family members for help when they need it, and they themselves provi
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