Download Guided PSYC 210 Quiz 7

Download Guided PSYC 210 Quiz 7

PSYC 210 Quiz 7

PSYC 210 Quiz 7 Liberty University

  1. The number of deaths.
  2. Robert has performed strenuous manual labor throughout his life. His brother (Ralph) was much less active as he worked at a “desk job” (seated for most of his day). According to Moore et al. (2012), which brother is likely to live longer?
  3. The biological elements of development that take place throughout the lifespan.
  4. In the United States, which of the following factors is the most significant factor related to good health?
  5. This theory suggests that there is a biological and genetic limit to how long we can live.
  6. The leading cause of death for adults in the United States.
  7. The term is used to describe the number of years we can expect any one person to live.
  8. The term used to describe how long members of a specific population might live (considers social, physical, and cultural factors):
  9. We are genetically programmed by biology/genetics to age at a certain pace. This statement would be supported by this theory of aging:
  10. Memories and behaviors are acquired without conscious awareness.
  11. Cognitive decline can be slowed down when an individual engages in specialized training programs. Which of these activities are typically included in these training programs?
  12. Schaie found that, on average, the overall cognitive ability does not begin to decline significantly until after age:
  13. Horn and Hofer refer to the ability to see relationships, use abstract reasoning, and analyze the information as:
  14. According to Gardner’s theory, an architect is likely to have a high degree of intelligence.
  15. The storage of motor skills or habits. These can often be retrieved without conscious effort.
  16. This stage of memory acts as a filter, limiting the amount of input the brain must process.
  17. intelligence improves with age.
  18. Practical intelligence may also be identified as.
  19. Erikson’s stage in which people seek to resolve the crisis. The two extremes here are 1) making a difference by investing in the next generation or, 2) falling into a lifestyle that is selfish and non-productive.
  20. The term proposed by Levinson to describe a life stage marked by a time of reflection and transition, then a time of questioning and crisis related to one’s identity.
  21. Research has found that helps older workers improve their marketability and earnings.
  22. Studies show that, on average, middle-aged workers maintain their level of skill and job performance into late adulthood. The only exception to this are jobs that require a great deal of:
  23. Self-concept includes all of the following EXCEPT:
  24. Employment of individuals over the age of 65 hurts the economy as it means fewer jobs for younger people.
  25. According to Erikson, the desired outcome in the eighth stage of life is:
  26. Which group tends to experience a higher degree of marital satisfaction?
  27. Fowler’s theory indicates a relationship between development and faith.
  28. Within the Christian faith, spirituality is based on one’s relationship with Jesus Christ.
  29. Spiritual growth is an age-graded, developmental process.
  30. Religious practice has a positive impact on physical and mental health.

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