Textbook Outline - Exam II The second exam is scheduled for Thursday, March 10. This outline is meant to help guide you in studying for the exam, but is not necessarily inclusive. Please read and study the chapters carefully, revisit the lecture slides and notes, including any information provided on Canvas, or notes you may have taken in class, from guest speakers. You can use this guide to test yourself after studying the material. Textbook chapters 14, 4, 7, & 8, as well as information from The House I Live In , will be covered on the exam. The exam is 50 multiple-choice questions. Overall, it will be helpful to know definitions of terms listed in your textbook, the context in which these words fit, general ideas that were presented in the lecture slides and in the lecture content (i.e., things myself, other students, or a guest said; points that were made based on comments; additional information that I presented verbally that may not have been listed on the slides), as well as examples and ideas from the other required materials I provided on Canvas (e.g., other readings, audio/visual material). Supplemental material presented on Canvas will not be tested over. These materials are for you to learn more about things in which you need further clarification or in which you may have a vested personal interest. Chapter 14: Aging What is aging ? o Pattern of life that occrus in members of all species as they grow older o Some say it starts at birth, some say it starts at 40 What is the life expectancy in the U.S., and approximately how many aging adults are there now? What are the expected patterns of growth with this population? o US + other countries are in a longevity revolutions, life expectacy in 2012 was 78.9 so ~79 o Over thirty years longer than for a childdd in 1900 o 41.4 mil people over 65 making up over 13% of the populations o similar trends through out the world with the number over 60 to double to 22% by 2050 o due to baby boomers who are now starting to retire How does the growing population of older adults affect society? o Impact the housig market : most never live in a unrsing home but live with somne else or pay for home health services if you have money the sky is the limit in terms of care duing later eyras o Health care sustem : as people live longer the chances of developing a costly chronic disease increases most elderly have one diagnosed chronic condition, be it hypertenision arthritis or heart diseas cancer or daibetes o Social Security o And economy What are the major physiological and mental changes that occur during the normal aging process?
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