Health Psychology Biopsychosocial Interactions

Psychology

Quiz 15 :

Psychosocial Factors in Aging and Dying

Quiz 15 :

Psychosocial Factors in Aging and Dying

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Match the following disorders with their descriptions in . -Refers to the ability to form and reorganize synaptic connections across the lifespan.
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People who express little negative emotion during bereavement experience more grief over time compared to those who express a lot of negative emotion.
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Match the following treatments with their description in . a. bargaining b. acceptance c. depression d. denial e. anger -Helpful because it results in detachment, which facilitates movement to the next stage.
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The three factors in Rowe and Kahn's (1997) model of successful aging include (1) avoiding disease and disability, (2) high cognitive and physical functioning, and (3) engagement with life.
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Match the following treatments with their description in . a. bargaining b. acceptance c. depression d. denial e. anger -The first stage in Kubler-Ross' model of adjustment to dying.
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Match the following disorders with their descriptions in . -Caused by a brief or incomplete blockage of oxygenated blood to the heart.
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Most children at early ages have no experience with dying.
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Match the following disorders with their descriptions in . -Involves a significant decline in the ability to respond and adapt to stress.
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Biological factors underlying the aging experience are referred to as secondary aging.
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In Canada, adults over the age of 65 are less likely to describe their health as either "very good" or "excellent" compared to the general population.
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Match the following treatments with their description in . a. bargaining b. acceptance c. depression d. denial e. anger -Involves resentment towards others.
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Match the following treatments with their description in . a. bargaining b. acceptance c. depression d. denial e. anger -Characterized by a quiet calm.
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Match the following disorders with their descriptions in . -Involves controllable factors underlying aging.
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Discrimination and social oppression on the basis of a person's age is referred to as oldism.
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Kubler-Ross' stages of adjustment to dying occur in the following order: (1) Denial, (2) Bargaining, (3) Anger, (4) Depression, and (5) Acceptance.
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On average, men and women tend to experience aging similarly.
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The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that adults could choose to die with medical assistance in 2015.
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Match the following disorders with their descriptions in . -Involves biological factors underlying the aging experience.
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Match the following treatments with their description in . a. bargaining b. acceptance c. depression d. denial e. anger -Often characterized by inner dialogue with 'God.'
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Programs focused on physical activity in old age should aim to incorporate cognitive tasks in order to boost the positive effects on cognitive health.
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