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Psychology

Quiz 15 :

Middle Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development

Quiz 15 :

Middle Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development

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Heart disease most commonly results from _________.
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Heart disease is resulted due to the insufficient supply of oxygen to the heart it needs. The insufficient supply of oxygen is due to decrease in flow of blood to the heart. Heart disease is mostly caused by hardening of arteries called arteriosclerosis which alter circulation and lead to the formation of clot called thrombus. Heart attack is caused by the plaque formation due to the insufficient supply of blood to heart.
Heart disease involves many risk factors which are biological, psychological, patterns of consumption and sociocultural in nature. Out of which smoking, the consumption pattern is a major risk factor.
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Which of the following risk factors for heart disease is controllable
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Heart disease is resulted due to the insufficient supply of oxygen to the heart it needs. The insufficient supply of oxygen is due to decrease in flow of blood to the heart. Heart disease is mostly caused by hardening of arteries called arteriosclerosis which alter circulation and lead to the formation of clot called thrombus. Heart attack is caused by the plaque formation due to the insufficient supply of blood to heart.
Heart disease involves many risk factors which are biological, psychological, patterns of consumption and sociocultural in nature. Some of these are beyond the control of individual like age, race or ethnicity and some of them are under control of the individual like diet, exercise, smoking and medical checkups.
Hence, the options (a), (b) and (d) are incorrect.
The risk factor which is controllable for heart disease out of the following is smoking.
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A woman's lifetime risk of developing cancer at any or all sites is 1 in
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Cancer usually leads to the death of one of every four in the United States. It is non-communicable and chronic in nature. It involves the uncontrolled growth of cells; eventually leading to the excess tissue masses called tumors. Tumors can be benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous).
The life time risk of developing cancer at any or all sites is 1 in 2 in men and 1 in 3 in women.
Hence, the options (a), (c) and (d) are incorrect.
The life time risk of developing cancer at any or all sites in women is 1 in 3.
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The body's system of skin, hair, and nails is called the __________ system.
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Throughout adulthood, a person's _____ is most likely to remain stable.
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Which of the following cognitive facilities are most likely to increase or expand in middle adulthood
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Which of the following is accurate about the prevalence of sexual dysfunctions
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Of the following, the most common type of cancer is
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Americans have higher than average rates of colorectal cancer and deaths from that disease.
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Which of the following statements about stress is accurate
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An estrogen deficit in a woman may lead to any of the following symptoms except
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The fact that Jean Piaget rode a bicycle at a very advanced age suggests that people can maintain __________ memories for a lifetime.
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The term __________ refers to the fact that people's intellectual abilities are not absolutely fixed but can be modified under certain conditions at almost any time in life.
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In middle age, the hair grays because of lessened production of _________.
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Two out of three cancer deaths in the United States are attributable to two controllable factors: smoking and __________.
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Presbyopia refers to loss of _________ in the eye lens.
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Cigarette smoking causes ________ % of lung cancer deaths in the United States.
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The ____________ Effect refers to the research finding that IQ scores in the United States increased an average of 18 points between 1947 and 2002.
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In middle age, ________ normally replaces lean body mass, so that the BMI rises
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Between the ages of 45 and 64, _________ is the leading cause of death.
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