Adult Development and Aging Study Set 3

Psychology

Quiz 5 :

Where People Live: Person-Environment Interactions

Quiz 5 :

Where People Live: Person-Environment Interactions

Question Type
search
arrow
In Kahana's model, an example of a preventive adaptation would be
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

C

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
According to Willis' model of everyday competence, one's health and the availability of health insurance would be considered
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

A

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Everyday competence is a person's
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

B

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Sophie, an 80-year-old woman with several chronic medical conditions, was placed in a nursing home.At first, she was cheerful and active, but now she is withdrawn and depressed.This nursing home is for people with severe cognitive deficits.How would this situation be analyzed in the competence model of Lawton and Nahemow?
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
According to Lawton and Nahemow, the area where press level is average for a given level of competence and where behavior and affect are normal is called
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Laura lives in an area in which women are frequently victims of violent crimes, but she was the top student in her self­defense class.In terms of Lawton and Nahemow's model, she has
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Older adults tend to engage in more _________ than ________ .
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
According to the competence and environmental press model, slight increases in press tend to __________ , whereas slight decreases in press create the _________
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Which person conceptualized person-environment interactions as the equation B = f (P, E)?
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The basic assumption of person-environment interactions is that
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
When people encounter changes in their particular combinations of environmental press and competence, they respond with
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The theoretical upper limit of an individual's capacity to function in areas such as physical skills, cognitive skills, and ego strength is called
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Schooler (1982) showed that the presence of _________ affected the likelihood that a particular situation would be defined as threatening.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Environmental press refers to the physical, interpersonal, or demands that environments put on people.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Whether someone believes that he or she is in control of a situation influences how competent that person is.In Willis' model of everyday competence, this is termed
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
In Lawton and Nahemow's model, the less competent the person is, the greater the
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
In Kahana and Kahana's model (2006), helpful factors, such as having friends and having a positive outlook on life, are called
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The competence and environmental press approach, the preventive and corrective proactivity model (PCP), and the stress and coping framework all agree that
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Schooler's stress and coping paradigm is based upon which theory?
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Kahana and Kahana (2006) built a model of successful aging based on the core concept of
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
Showing 1 - 20 of 105