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  • 1. Ages 17-22. This period represents the bridge between adolescence and adulthood.

    a. The age 30 transition

    b. Midlife Transition

    c. Early Adulthood Transition

    d. Profession

    2. Most common form of dementia among elderly people

    a. Alzheimer’s Disease

    b. Novice Phase

    c. Life Structure

    d. Crone’s Disease

    3. Combination of statuses, roles, activities, goals, values, beliefs, and life circumstances that

    characterize an individual.

    a. Mentor

    b. Labor Force

    c. Life Structure

    d. Midlife Transition

    4. Last stage of early adulthood Ages 33-39

    a. The Settling Down Period

    b. Midlife Transition

    c. The age 30 transition

    d. Dependency

    5. The percentage of the civilian labor force that is unemployed but actively seeking employment.

    a. Part Time Employment

    b. Unemployment Rate

    c. Mentor

    d. Dementia

  • 6. 1st stage in the middle adulthood era. Ages 40-44 this period serves as the bridge between early and

    middle adulthood. During this period individuals question their life structures.

    a. Profession

    b. Midlife Transition

    c. Life Structure

    d. The age 30 transition

    7. Levinson referred to the first 3 periods of the early adulthood era the

    a. Labor Force

    b. Death

    c. Dementia

    d. Novice Phase

    8. 3 basic eras in adulthood

    a. Early adulthood, Middle adulthood, and Late adulthood

    b. Early Adulthood Transition

    c. Entering the Adult World

    d. The age 30 transition

    9. Only about 13 percent of the population older than 65 suffers from

    a. Alzheimer’s Disease

    b. Life Structure

    c. Novice Phase

    d. Heart Disease

    10. Ages 23-27

    a. Apprentice adults

    b. Gerontology

    c. Middle-Old

    d. Entering the Adult World

  • 11. A practice that involves moving business units and jobs across national boundaries, where operating

    and labor costs are less expensive.

    a. Old-Old

    b. Mentor

    c. Work

    d. Outsourcing

    12. Fosters a person's development helping the person achieve his or her dreams.

    a. Death

    b. Dementia

    c. Mentor

    d. Work

    13. Researchers who have done work that lends support to this argument about the differences he

    noted exist in men and women on development processes

    a. Hammer and Nails

    b. Karl Marx and Jean Piaget

    c. Irene Frieze and Esther Sales

    d. Thelma and Louise

    14. The shift from being an independent adult to being dependent on others for physical or financial

    assistance.

    a. Dementia

    b. Gerontology

    c. Dependency

    d. Death

  • 15. Ages 75-84

    a. Middle-Old

    b. Young-Old

    c. Old-Old

    d. Dementia

    16. Sociologists who are most interested in the study of the nonphysical aspects of the aging process.

    a. Daniel Levinson

    b. Gerontology

    c. Social Gerontology

    d. Psychologists

    17. Performing all the tasks necessary to produce goods and provide services that meet human needs.

    a. Death

    b. Work

    c. Old-Old

    d. Mentor

    18. People who aren't paid for their services, such as homemakers, are part of what is called

    a. Social Gerontology

    b. Informal Economy

    c. Gerontology

    d. Labor Force

    19. All individuals age 16 and older who are employed in paid positions or who are seeking paid

    employment.

    a. Labor Force

    b. Work

    c. Old-Old

    d. Mentor

  • 20. Ages 28-32. Divorces are common during this period

    a. Early Adulthood Transition

    b. The age 30 transition

    c. Life Structure

    d. Midlife Transition

    21. The scientific study of the processes and phenomena of aging provides answers to this question

    a. Mentor

    b. Social Gerontology

    c. Gerontology

    d. Dementia

    22. Situation that occurs when a person doesn't have a job but is actively seeking employment.

    a. Dementia

    b. Unemployment Rate

    c. Unemployment

    d. Dependency

    23. Ages 85 and older

    a. Young-Old

    b. Old-Old

    c. Middle-Old

    d. Mentor

    24. Ages 65-74 adjustment to retirement is a key developmental issue

    a. Young-Old

    b. Old-Old

    c. Middle-Old

    d. Mentor

  • 25. Mental decline

    a. Dependency

    b. Death

    c. Dementia

    d. Mentor

    26. Undertook an intensive long-term study to determine the adult male development stages.

    a. Daniel Levinson

    b. Dependency

    c. Dementia

    d. Profession

    27. The break with a mentor is important because it allows individuals to see themselves as more than

    a. Apprentice adults

    b. Dependency

    c. Novice Phase

    d. Dementia

    28. High status occupation that requires specialized skills and knowledge obtained through formal

    education.

    a. Young-Old

    b. Profession

    c. Mentor

    d. Dementia

    29. The fear of what is most common among middle-aged people

    a. Mentor

    b. Work

    c. Death

    d. Dementia

  • 30. Older adults are embracing new challenges due to the following reason.

    a. They are getting ready for retirement.

    b. They have lost a spouse and are lonely.

    c. They are showing the world that they are still relevant.

    d. They have completed all that life demands of them.

    31. What do these statistics say about the impact of divorce on men?

    a. Men who remain single after divorce average a 14% decline in per capita income

    b. Men who remarry after divorce experience an 80% decrease in per capita income.

    c. Men who do not remarry have the largest per capita income increase.

    d. Men who divorce face a significant decline in per capita income.

    32. Physical changes that take place in late adulthood include a decline in the sense of smell and a

    slowing down of reflexes and reaction time.

    a. True.

    b. False

    33. A key goal of development for most young adult men in the United States is creating relationships

    with others.

    a. True.

    b. False.

  • 34. Funerals provide a framework through which the bereaved can say goodbye and also remember and

    celebrate the life of the deceased.

    a. True.

    b. False.

    35. Compare the “age 30 transition” with the midlife transition.

    a. Men and women are experiencing the same life events.

    b. Men and women are questioning their careers and life choices.

    c. Men and women are preparing for retirement.

    d. Men and women are thinking about divorce.

    36. This image represents a change in late adulthood.

    a. Becoming dependent on others.

    b. The loss of physical abilities and personal freedom.

    c. A loss of personal freedom and becoming depdendent on others.

    d. Becoming dependent on others due to the loss of physical abilities resulting in the loss of personal

    freedom.

    37. This picture represents?

    a. Retirement and a family reunion.

    b. The fear of death and the loss of a spouse.

    c. Preparing for new challenges.

  • d. Men and women are thinking about divorce.

    38. This is an example of?

    a. Men and women experiencing the same life events.

    b. Men and women are questioning their careers and life choices.

    c. Men and women are preparing for retirement.

    d. A successful transition to retirement.

    39. The number one issue faced by people over the age of 65.

    a. Hay fever.

    b. Diabetes.

    c. Heart conditions.

    d. Arthritis.

  • 40. The below bullet points are characteristics of?

    a. Young old age.

    b. Middle old age.

    c. Old old age.

    d. Mid-life.

    41. This picture represents?

    a. Depression.

    b. Suicide.

    c. Alzheimer’s.

  • d. Anxiety.

    42. The above chart represents?

    a. Retirement activities.

    b. Fear of physical dependency.

    c. Middle adulthood.

    d. Physical disabilities.

  • 43. The above chart represents?

    a. Retirement activities for people in late adulthood.

    b. Percentage of older adults in Texas.

    c. Percentage of Texans who need special services.

    d. Percentage of Texans who live alone.

    44. Based on the percentage of Texans described in the chart:

    a. Texans are younger than other states.

    b. Texans are older than other states.

    c. Texans are equally divided when compared to other states.

    d. Texas needs to spend more money on older adults.

  • 45. Based on the above chart:

    a. Women loose more of their sense of smell than men.

    b. Men die at an earlier age than women.

    c. Men loose more of their sense of smell than women.

    d. Women need to wear more perfume so men may smell it.

  • 46. On a separate paper, mak