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Compare the definitions of death in the 20th century and the 21st century.
- Chapter 17 Class Participation
Respond to the following. This assignment is worth 5 points. Make sure that you use complete sentences, college-level grammar and that you have completely thought about your response.
- Type the statement’s below and select T for true or F for false after the statements about centenarians.
- “The older you get, the sicker you get.” T/F
- Centenarians are able to cope effectively with stress. T/F
- Approximately 72 genes differentiate centenarians from non-centenarian. T/F
- Most centenarians eventually develop Alzheimer disease. T/F
- Some centenarians are obese and smoke as a habit. T/F
- Japanese centenarians are more likely to talk about children and family than American centenarians. T/F
- The personality trait of conscientiousness is related to stress and shorter life expectancy. T/F
- What is a telomere and how does it relate to the cellular clock theory of aging?
- List three findings from the Nun Study.
- As you study, you are improving your cognitive ___________________ (mechanics, pragmatics.)
- What neurobiological changes are responsible for the reduction in executive function in late adulthood?
- When did the concept of retirement first develop? What is the average age of retirement for men and women?
- What are some of the characteristics of the brains of Alzheimer’s patients?
- Why do individuals in late adulthood focus more on emotional satisfaction than on the pursuit of knowledge?
- Jake is 80 years of age and is experiencing ageism? What might be happening to Jake? Be original.
- Would you recommend that a person in late adulthood use a computer? What advantages have been revealed by research? Give at least four examples.
- Compare the definitions of death in the 20th century and the 21st century.
- Nancy has been informed that she has less than a year to live. She seeks a second and third opinion and then flies to South America to receive an exotic treatment. Which stage of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ stage model is Nancy evidencing?
- Should children between 3 and 5 years of age be spoken to about death or should it be an unmentionable subject? How should death be addressed?
- What is hospice and how does it differ from other medical approaches? What is palliative care?