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Department
Family Relations and Human Development
Course
FRHD 1010
Professor
Susan Chuang
Semester
Winter

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FRHD* 1010 4/3/2013 6:16:00 PM Chapter 10 Definitions  T Cells: immune cells produced by the thymus that fight disease in the body  B Cell: immune cells that originate in bone marrow and produce antibodies that destroy bacteria and viruses  Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): amount of energy the body uses when at rest  Aerobic Exercise: exercise that involves vigorous movement that substantially elevates the heart rate for at least 30 minutes  Endorphins: brain chemicals that provide a pleasurable feeling and increase well-being  Creativity: ability to put ideas or materials together in new, culturally meaningful ways  Expertise: extensive knowledge and skills in a specific field  Intimacy Versus Isolation: in Erikson’s life-span theory, the central emotional and psychosocial issue of young adulthood, in which the challenge is to unite the newly formed identity with another person in an enduring, committed intimate relationship  Triangular Theory Of Love: Sternberg’s theory that different types of love involve combining three fundamental qualities of love in di
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